Bose has launched its next-gen Quiet Comfort (QC35) headphones: Bose QC35 II headphones with Google Assistant built-in. The second-generation QC35 headphones come with a setting to control the noise around you.

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Bose QC35II In India

The noise-canceling headphones have all the performance and features of the original QC35, but with added customization. It sports a new Action button on the right earcup of the headphones, which when pressed it launches Google Assistant.

Bose QC35 IIThanks to Google Assistant – you can make calls, get notifications about events, adds appointments to Google Calendar, send and read back texts, control music and more. It’s worth noting that new headphones have a similar design, even with same battery backup (up to 20 hours).

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Bose QC35 II Features

Bose QC35 II

  • It is lightweight and comfortable for all-day listening.
  • Industry-leading noise cancellation.
  • Wireless connectivity: Bluetooth and NFC.
  • Up to 20 hours of wireless listening per charge and 40 hours when wired.
  • Bose Connect app help managing paired devices.
  • Action Button: could music, send and receive texts and so on.

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The Bose QC35 II headphones come in Black and Silver colors and are priced at Rs 29,363 and are available from Amazon.in, offline retail stores, boseindia.com and authorized dealers.


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