"With phones starting to ditch the headphone jack"
You APPLE ditching the headphone jack. Don't lump every single phone maker out there with them. sheesh
Ldac, true high resolution high bitrate wireless audio, makes other wireless high phone sound 160kbps audio, while ldac truely sounds like audiophile quality flac file
Here's the part of the review I found the most informative:
"And I can say from experience, the design goes great with the new all black iPhone 7"
Yes, folks, not even GSMarena editors are immune to 'having-an-iPhone-makes-me-cool so-I'd-better-make-sure-you-know-that-I have-an-iPhone' syndrome.
I tried QC35 and MDR 1000x both before making the decision. Sound quality sony is way better. Its richer and louder compared to Bose.
Noise cancellation is great on QC 35 but the problem is that there is no customization like ambient noise mode and quick attention features. You can't even turn off the noise cancellation on QC 35. As the reviewer mentioned that the earcup is non breathable and its the same on QC 35 but I found sony was better as my ears were sweating alot while using QC35. QC 35 is lighter but sony mdr 1000x also comfortable. O can tell you that i experienced noise cancellation is at par with QC 35 if not better. Similar battery life of 20 hours. But with the help of bose connect app QC35 can be connected to multiple device at the same time which I found handy as I use 2 phones. NFC works like a charm on sony. It turns on the phone and pairs as well. I couldn't do it with Bose. Sony looks more premium compared to bose. Also QC 35 provides better battery reminder and other notifications compared to Sony. And at the end because of sound, noise cancellation options I kept sony and returned the bose.
We have both Sony 1000x and qc25 in our family (Yes we both travel alot) and in my brief testing the Sony has slightly richer sound but Qc35 have amazing noice cancelling. Either one is a great pick.
INB4 Shamsung trolls come trolling, proof that they aren't happy with their blowing up products.
Omg, this is going to be my next pair of headphones! After a great budget pair of Sony MDR-ZX600, which still sound great and hold on after 4 years of heavy use I will move to the futureproof Bluetooth line!