Sony LinkBuds S Renderings
At the beginning of the year, Sony launched the truly wireless headphone LinkBuds with its unique donut hole-digging design and lightweight to wear, with the sacrifice of noise cancellation.
In addition to the recently exposed WH-1000XM5, sources claim that Sony is about to release new LinkBuds, possibly called as LinkBuds S. As we can see from LinkBuds S renderings shared by SnoopyTech, the LinkBuds S (model number WF-LSN900) looks very different from the LinkBuds.
The rendering of LinkBuds S shows that it has abandoned the LinkBuds “donut” design in favor of a more traditional in-ear design, which looks and feels more like the WF-1000XM4.
The headphones will be available in gold and black colorways, with a regular apperance and a flat touch area on the back of the headphones, which is expected to have multiple gestures to operate.
Upcoming LinkBuds S is said to support the same advanced noise cancellation mode as the WF-1000XM4 and will be able to switch seamlessly between that different sound mode.
However, although the appearance of the dug-out design was abandoned, from the appearance of LinkBuds S without physical buttons, it should continue to follow the LinkBuds touch experience.