Sony just discovered another approach to keep its WH-1000XM4 earphones important notwithstanding furious rivalry: offer them in an elusive tone. Slashgear reports that Sony has introduced a restricted release of the earphones in Silent White.
It's something beyond a shading change. Sony says the white earphones arrive in a pearlescent finish that adds a "feeling of profundity" and refines their material feel. All the more critically, the new tint is allegedly "significantly more stain-safe" than the dark, blue, and silver models accessible at this point. You shouldn't need to stress that they may get colors from your sack or clothes.
The exhibition of the white Sony earphones is indistinguishable from what you'd get with some other WH-1000XM4 model, obviously. That is not a terrible thing. You're actually getting solid dynamic clamor dropping, as long as 30 hours of guaranteed battery life, NFC similarity, and enhancements for voice aides like Alexa and Google Assistant. We discovered they conveyed incredible sound with an agreeable plan and minimal foundation clamor, albeit with finicky touch controls.
The catch, as "restricted release" suggests, is accessibility. Sony has so far simply dedicated to launching the WH-1000XM4 Silver White earphones in the UK and Europe, where they'll be accessible starting in May for £400 or €459 "until stock endures." There's no notice of a North American delivery. On the off chance that you see a couple and have the methods, you'll need to gobble them up rapidly — you probably won't get another opportunity.