Sony’s Home 4.0 headset for $1.299 is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
Sony’s headset is similar to the previous Home 4, but is more affordable.
Sony says that it’s a good deal because it will work on the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s Plus, 7 and 7 Plus.
It’s the same as the $199 Home 4 for the iPhone 7, 7 Plus and the new iPhone X. We don’t have pricing for the new Home 4 yet, but we’ll update this article when we get it.
The new Home is Sony’s best price yet on the device, but it does not have a headphone jack.
The Home 4 is Sony MediaTek’s latest device.
The company has been selling media streaming boxes and headphones in China for a while now, and its headset has the same name and styling as the company’s other products.
We already covered the Home 4 a few weeks ago.
The device is designed to run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC, which is a slightly different chip from the Snapdragon 821 that the company uses in its Galaxy phones.
The Galaxy X and the Xperia XZ Premium are also running on the Snapdragon 800, which Sony’s new Home headset uses.
Sony claims that the new headset has “10 times more energy efficiency” than its previous model.
The phone uses the same Snapdragon 845 SoC as its other media streaming box, the Sony X1, but uses the Adreno 418 GPU instead of Adreno 330.
The Adreno 420 GPU is a newer GPU that was developed specifically for the PS4 Pro.
Sony has been shipping phones with the Adrenoprops GPU since early 2016.
The $299 Home 4 costs $249.99, and it ships with a 2-year warranty.
The Sony XZ4 Pro costs $399.99 and ships with an 18-month warranty.
We’ll update our review with the price and warranty details of the Home 5 once we get them.
The home 5 is a $399 device.
Sony is offering the Home as a $349 device with a new three-year subscription to its Cloud Services.
We’re still waiting for the phone to arrive, but Amazon’s listing suggests that it should arrive sometime this week.