Sennheiser Momentum 4 Earbuds Release Date, Specifications, and More

Sennheiser is announcing its latest true wireless headphones, the Momentum True Wireless 4 earbuds. The brand is introducing its latest flagship earbuds, ‘Momentum Ture Wireless 4 earbuds, along with the support of premium features and powered by A-grade specifications coupled with decent design.

The latest wireless earbuds from Sennheiser are equipped with AptX lossless and adaptive ANC. The reports indicate that the brand, during the CES 2024 event, announced Momentum True Wireless 4 earbuds along with a bunch of next-generation truly wireless earbuds.

Sennheiser Momentum Ture Wireless 4 Specs

The brand has powered these earbuds with dozens of upgrades as compared to their predecessors. The brand has assured that these earbuds are the most capable earbuds yet. These buds support Bluetooth 5.4 on the Qualcomm Snapdragon S5 Sound Gen 2 platform. It also delivers Snapdragon Soun Technology as well as AptX support for lossless audio quality coupled with ultra-low latency.

Whereas the rest of the audio codecs include AptX Adaptive, AAC, and SBC, Also, these earbuds have arrived with a brand new antenna design, which will help improve signal continuity while on the go. The brand has powered these true wireless earbuds with several remarkable features, such as adaptive noise Adaptive Noise Cancellation, premium comfort, top-tier battery life, crystal-clear calls, and many more.

Jumping on the battery life has also seen a rise, with up to 7.5 hours, plus power-efficient Bluetooth LE audio, and a total battery life of at least 30 hours. The brand will officially launch these earbuds on February 29, 2024, and they are also priced at $299.95.

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