Sony WH-1000XM5 noise-cancelling headphones passed FCC certification

Sony is preparing to launch the next generation of high-end noise-canceling headphones. The company's WH-1000XM5 has just appeared in the FCC certification database, revealing some interesting information. The Sony WH-1000XM5 will be the successor to the WH-1000XM4, which is Sony's best-selling headphone noise-canceling headset, which supports adjustable digital noise reduction + smart hands-free conversation, and has a battery life of about 30 hours.

The FCC certification shows that the Sony WH-1000XM5 has a model number of YY2954, which appears to be going for a redesign, as Sony also prints the FCC IC, model number, and IC number inside the WH-1000XM5's headband, which the WH-1000XM4's certification doesn't do.

The FCC database also shows that the YY2954 has a 3.8 V rated battery pack, which is higher than the 3.7 V on the WH-1000XM4. The headset will even support 5 V / 9 V charging , suggesting that the headset also supports fast charging. In addition to this, the Walkman blog found an import listing for YY2954, which is shipping to Hong Kong and India. According to reports, the company has built a black and silver prototype.

In addition, Sony has confirmed that it will release a new headset at 10:00 on February 16, which was previously exposed as the Linkbuds WF-L900. This headset does not have traditional "earbuds", but is replaced by a hole ring device.

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