Upcoming Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones will reportedly feature Google Assistant

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Bose QuietComfort 35 II to be the first Google Assistant-enabled headphones

Last month, The Verge published a photo of the upcoming wireless headphones, which the site acquired through an official newsletter from Bose. This will be the first headphones from Bose that will be featuring the Google's digital assistant. Bisto, for the uninitiated, is what Google calls this category of devices within the Google app code. It is now believed that this is the Bose QuietComfort 35 II. It'll be able to send or read back your texts and control music, too, all while your phone remains in your pocket or purse. In fact, a user of Reddit claims to have seen a picture of the box packaging on a retail site online.

Google Assistant will allow users to ask for the song they want to listen to through voice, the video of the Bose's upcoming headphones shows. If Bose QuietComfort 35 II is anything like its predecessor, you can expect to see great noise-cancelling support and premium build. The only real difference here is the presence of the new Action button.

The publication also notes that the headphones will come in black and silver colour variants, have "adjustable noise cancellation", a "noise-rejecting dual microphone" and 20-hour battery life.

The original QuietComfort 35 costs AU$499 in Australia, and its successor is expected to be priced the same.

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To make things convenient for the user, we also believe Bose will bundle in a 3.5mm audio cable in case you run out of battery. 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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There's more proof. As 9to5Google reports, a source tried to purchase a pair of QuietComfort 35 headphones from an Australian retailer but was told a new model is arriving in two to three weeks, and that it would have Google Assistant.

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