Leaked! Google’s “Baywolf” Headphones, Bose QuietComfort 35 II Spotted
Google has been working on hardware devices and partnerships for quiet some time now. It was being reported for weeks that Google is working on developing headphones which come with Google Assistant support. We too, reported on the story last week where headphones code-named ‘Baywolf’ were spotted in leaked images inside the Google app. As reported by us earlier, these headphones are indeed the Bose QuietComfort 35 II.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II is yet to be officially announced by Bose or Google – but have been spotted at a Best Buy store. Here’s a look at the retail box:
Reportedly, this headphone which can be seen in the image above in Black also comes out in a White/Silver variant. The headphones are priced in at $349.99 which is quiet costly, but considering that it comes with Google Assistant as well as Bose’s expertise in audio, the price can be justified.
These Google Assistant enabled Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones are likely to be officially announced on the 4th of October.
The announcement of these headphones is likely take place at the Google Event where Google is also expected to launch the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, as well as a smaller Google Home and a new Chromebook Pixel. It is worth noting that while these headphones are seen at the store, Best Buy is not selling them. They might have been mistakenly put on the shelves. However, don’t expect a commercial release any time before 4th October.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II will be a part of Google’s Bisto line of headphones – the generic code-name given to these headphones which are Google’s Assistant enabled. This specific model created by Bose is internally known as ‘Baywolf’. Stay tuned with us for more updates on these headphones!