Sonos’ Bluetooth Speaker 'Sonos Move' Leaks Ahead Of Scheduled Launch

Posted: Aug 19 2019, 8:59am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Sonos’ Bluetooth speaker 'Sonos Move' leaks ahead of scheduled launch
Photo by Win Future

The Sonos Move is rumored to look like the Sonos One.

Following reports that Sonos is finally making a Bluetooth-enabled speaker, a couple of leaked photos have emerged online, showing what is believed to be the rumored device.

TechCrunch reports, citing Win Future, that the upcoming Sonos speaker, to be called the “Sonos Move,” would be able to stream via Wi-Fi and would work with the existing Sonos network like any other Sonos speaker. The device is also reported to be installed with Bluetooth LTE for easier setup.

Additionally, Win Future’s leaked photos also reveal that the Sonos Move could likely be reminiscent of the Sonos One, which is more rounded in the corners, but wider and taller.

The report also noted that the Sonos Move would support smart voice assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa and the Google Assistant, and that it would also support AirPlay 2 and offer “Auto Trueplay,” which instantly adjusts the speaker’s sound according to the environment through the onboard microphone.

Sonos has yet to make an announcement at an event by the end of August, and there are no leaked information about the estimated pricing. Sonos’ speakers that are currently available online are priced accordingly:

- Sonos One (Gen 2) at $199.00

- Sonos Beam - Smart TV Sound Bar with Amazon Alexa Built-in at $399.00

- Sonos Sub - The Wireless Subwoofer for Deep Bass at $699.00

- Sonos Outdoor Speakers at $799.00

- All-new Sonos One at $379.00

- Sonas Sounds Traveler Portable Outdoor Wireless at $39.99

The latest report comes just days after The Verge reported about the potential launch of the Sonos portable Bluetooth speaker. The news outlet cited filings for the product, then called S17, and reportedly described by Sonos as “a high-performance wireless speaker and part of the Sonos sound system. The device’s primary function will be for streaming with Wi-Fi, but also features Bluetooth audio streaming and Bluetooth Low Energy, used for simplified setup.”

I4U News will keep up-to-date with the latest on this much anticipated speaker. We will soon provide details on where you can pre-order it as soon as Sonos makes an announcement.

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