Sony WH-CH710N headphones launched in India: In pics

These new over the head earphones is a rather budget offering from Sony, something that should come as a surprise for many (in a good way of course).

Sony WH-CH710N is priced at  <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>9,999 (best buy) and can be purchased across Sony retail stores (Sony Centre and Sony Exclusive), shopatsc.com and other e-commerce websites.
01/07 Sony WH-CH710N is priced at 9,999 (best buy) and can be purchased across Sony retail stores (Sony Centre and Sony Exclusive), shopatsc.com and other e-commerce websites. (Hindustan Times)
The headphones have a music playback of up to 35 hours on a single charge.
02/07 The headphones have a music playback of up to 35 hours on a single charge. (Hindustan Times)
There’s a 10 minute Quick Charge feature as well that can deliver 60 minutes of music playback.
03/07 There’s a 10 minute Quick Charge feature as well that can deliver 60 minutes of music playback. (Hindustan Times)
Sony WH-CH710N has a 30mm driver unit for a clearer sound and reproducing more audio frequencies with details.
04/07 Sony WH-CH710N has a 30mm driver unit for a clearer sound and reproducing more audio frequencies with details. (Hindustan Times)
On the right earcup you get a single button to switch between Ambient Sound and Noise Cancelling mod along with play/pause and buttons to skip tracks.
05/07 On the right earcup you get a single button to switch between Ambient Sound and Noise Cancelling mod along with play/pause and buttons to skip tracks. (Hindustan Times)
On the left, you get a 3.5mm headphone slot, USB Type-C port, NFC and the power button. The supported frequency is from 7Hz to 20,000Hz.
06/07 On the left, you get a 3.5mm headphone slot, USB Type-C port, NFC and the power button. The supported frequency is from 7Hz to 20,000Hz. (Hindustan Times)
The device supports Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity and weighs 223 grams, which is on the lighter side of the spectrum.
07/07 The device supports Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity and weighs 223 grams, which is on the lighter side of the spectrum. (Hindustan Times)