Bose QC35 II Headphones Leaked Video Shows Google Assistant In Action

Bose QC35 II Headphones Leaked Video Shows Google Assistant In Action

Reportedly, Bose is including the branding that says "Google Assistant built in" right on the box, and a product sheet seen by 9to5Google confirms that users can just press and hold the button to speak to the Assistant.

Google is working on introducing Google Assistant to a pair of smart headphones, at least according to a new report.

Its naming suggests that it's an exact replica of Bose's already excellent QuietComfort 35 headphones but with a Google's voice assistant baked in.

Earlier this week, a graphic inside the Google Assistant iOS app was discovered depicting a pair of over-the-ear wireless headphones.

In the race for AI domination, tech giants are scrambling to debut their smart virtual assistants on as many gadgets as possible. Users can perform several things using only their voice: ask questions, send and receive texts, control music, and more, provided a paired smartphone is in close range. A Reddit user shared several photos showing what seems to be the headphones's packaging. If Bose QuietComfort 35 II is anything like its predecessor, you can expect to see great noise-cancelling support and premium build.

The Assistant is also present with Siri for iPhone users. At the time, it was speculated to be just a follow-up to last year's model. It's believed that the wireless headphones will be available in two color options: black and silver. Now, 9to5Google has found out the difference between the upcoming models and the original headphone model and it's Google Assistant.

As for other specs, the Bose QuietComfort 35 II is expected to have an adjustable noise cancellation feature and a noise-rejecting dual microphone. According to Bose, it will be having 20 hours of battery life. Google just announced that it will be having a special event on October 4, where the new Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 smartphones are expected to be announced.

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