Multiple foreign media outlets, such as 91 Mobiles and The Verge, reported the functionality of Sony’s new gaming headset launch, citing the observations of Steve H. McFly, an overseas source who works with a Twitter account called @OnLeaks.
The product names that H. McFly claimed are INZONE H3, INZONE H7, and INZONE H9. INZONE H3 is a wired headset-only model, and a black microphone and wire are connected to the left ear cup. It is observed that it supports 360-degree spatial sound, and is equipped with an LED indicator, USB-C port, NC/AMB (noise canceling/ambient sound mode button), and a volume scroll wheel under the microphone.
INZONE H7 only supports wireless connection. Except for the lines, the exterior is almost identical to the INZONE H3. There is a white microphone steam on the left ear cup, and the position of the Sony logo is slightly different from the INZONE H3. Similarly, it supports 360-degree spatial sound, and the possibility of providing a USB dongle to connect to a computer and a USB-C type cable has been raised.
INZONE H9 has the best specifications among Sony INZONE-H series headsets. The appearance of the product is almost identical to that of the INZONE H7, with the difference that LED lighting is applied. Both the button position and the microphone position are the same as those of the INZONE H7, and it is also known that a USB dongle and USB-C type cable are provided together. The noise canceling function for wireless charging sound and 360-degree spatial sound support in the game environment are promising.
Meanwhile, H. McFly did not disclose a product release date, but insisted that Sony would unveil the three products at once through an official press release.