More leaks point out to an even better headphone.
Bose’s QuietComfort 35 headphones are some of the best-performing noise-cancelling headphones at the moment, and its apparent successor the QC35 II looks to be even better.
READ MORE: Bose QuietComfort 35 Review
Recent leaks have pointed out subtle upgrades to the headphone, which is rumored to include Google Assistant built right into the device. This means that you can causally strike up conversations with Google Assistant just like how it works on your mobile device.
Google Assistant was confirmed thanks to a recent tweet that showed the headphone’s packaging.
Look what I found early …. Bose QC 35 II pic.twitter.com/vq2zXDDb2A
— Jeremy Judkins (@jeremyjudkins) September 16, 2017
There’s also another rumor that the QC35 II will be using USB Type-C compared to the previous version’s micro USB.
The Bose QC35 II is expected to be part of the lineup of new devices that Google is planning to launch on October 4th. Google is also expected to launch the Google Pixel 2 on this day.