Bose's forthcoming QuietComfort 35 II will be part of the "Bisto"...

[Update: Video leaked] Bose's forthcoming QuietComfort 35 II will be part of the "Bisto" family, support Google Assistant

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An official product video from Bose in French was leaked, but deleted shortly after. Luckily, we’ve saved the video for your viewing pleasure. The video provides further evidence of the

Bose’s QuietComfort 35 have been a huge hit in spite of its $349 MSRP. The headphones are comfortable, put out good sound, and the noise cancellation works very well. There’s really no need for an imminent successor, but that’s not how the tech industry works. The appropriately-named QuietComfort 35 II has been leaked with Google Assistant support, meaning that this is one of Google’s “Bisto” headphones.

Our friends over at The Verge spotted the top picture you see above in a newsletter and noticed the new button, but were unsure of the button’s function. 9to5Google managed to get access to a QC35 II fact sheet written for Bose retail employees, and the button was listed as being for Google Assistant on that sheet. Furthermore. a reddit user who’d spotted a pair of QC35 IIs on a local selling app posted two screenshots of the headphones’ box, and Google Assistant support is indeed highlighted here. This is what Bose published on the fact sheet about Assistant:

Google Assistant Built In
“With your Google Assistant built in, you can control music, send & receive texts, and get answers using just your voice. Just press and hold the Action button, and start talking.

Aside from the news of Assistant being on board, some other information on these upcoming headphones was gleaned as well. Physically, aside from the new Assistant button, the QC35 IIs look exactly the same as the original model, and will come in the same black and silver colors. “Adjustable noise cancelation” is present, as is a “noise-rejecting dual microphone” that “provides clear calls and accurate Google Assistant response in noisy environments.”

Interestingly, the weight for the IIs is

Article originally published at: Android Police