Bose Officially Announces Headphones With Google Assistant

Bose Officially Announces Headphones With Google Assistant
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Recently, there were reports that the Bose QuietComfort 35 II Bluetooth headphones might come with Google Assistant. Today, those reports have been confirmed, as Bose introduced its much-anticipated headphones with Google Assistant integration.

The Bose QC35 II headphones include a dedicated Action button that triggers Google Assistant. According to Google, one case easily set the assistant using Bluetooth and then follow the instructions on the Google Assistant app on their Android phone (running on Marshmallow or above) or iPhone. According to the search giant, you can use it for every function that you usually use it for on a phone, like playing music, calling, reading message etc.

“We’ve worked together with Bose to create a great Assistant experience on the QC35 II—whether you’re on a crowded street or squished on a bus, Bose’s active noise cancellation will help eliminate unwanted sounds around you, so you’re able to hear your Assistant, your music and more,” Google said in a blog post.

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