Google’s plans of expanding its digital assistant services to all consumers have been known for roughly a month now. The company is making its Assistant available on non-Google gadgets as well. A couple of smart home speakers announced at IFA 2017 (Berlin) already came powered by #Google Assistant. According to a report by The Verge, an unnamed #Bose speaker has been spotted carrying this. The publication got their hands on an alleged Bose newsletter, which mentioned the Quiet Comfort 35 II. The speaker is expected to be the successor of Quiet Comfort 35 which was introduced this year. Notably, Google has its own smart speaker available on the market

Details of the device emerged online

As noted by Tech Radar, additional details regarding the product have now shown up online.

The image revealing details about the speaker in its full glory was published by a Reddit user. The image confirmed that the smart home speaker will come with a button located under the left-side of its chin. This button is believed to be used to launch Google Assistant. If this turns out to be true, then Bose’s Quiet Comfort II will be among the first ones to arrive with a digital assistant powered by Google. Media publication, 9 to 5 Google even apparently got their hands on the speaker for review purposeS.

According to Bose, users will be able to control music, send and receive messages and get answers using just their voice through the use of Google Assistant. The individuals will be required to just press and hold the “Action” button and begin commanding, Bose added. The #Leaked image showcases the product in its actual packing, which looks authentic.

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Therefore, it is safe to assume that Quiet Comfort II’s launch is pretty near.

Here are the price details of the speaker

In comparison to its predecessor, there doesn’t seem to be too many changes except for the addition of support for Google Assistant. The firm is speculated to be introducing two color variants of the smart home speaker Silver and Black. Bose says that the device’s battery life extends up to 20 hours on a single charge. There is also a special inclusion of noise-cancelling technology for an enhanced audio experience. In terms of pricing, not much will change. The upgraded speakers are expected to cost just as much as the original ones $349.95. Bose hasn’t given any official confirmation regarding this matter. Additional details will probably arrive in the near future.