Looks like Sony is joining other manufacturers in introducing Google Assistant to some of its audio devices. Particularly its new line of Bluetooth headphones, the WF-SP700N and the WI-SP600N will both debut with Google Assistant built-in.
The WF-SP700N is Sony’s latest flagship Bluetooth headphones that has a pill-shaped look and features noise cancellation and a splash-proof exterior. It’s available in pink, yellow, black and white.
The WI-SP600N is a pair of headphones with an around-the-neck design. It also has noise cancellation along with splash-proof protection and offers about six hours of listening on a single charge.
Along with these models, Sony has announced that their recently released audio devices including the WH-1000XM2, WI-1000X, WF-1000X, WH-CH700N and WH-H900N will all have a firmware update to enable Google Assistant.