Bose To Compete With AirPods Pro With The Newly Launched QuietComfort Earbuds

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  • Bose has also claimed the new QC earbuds would be offering the ‘world’s most effective noise cancelling
  • These headphones would be supporting Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Amazon Alexa
  • The new earbuds would be competing with the likes of Sony WF1000XM3 series and of course, the Apple AirPods Pro

American manufacturing company Bose is gearing up to launch its new true wireless earbuds in the market. Earlier, there was an online leaked unboxing of the the earbuds but no official word from the brand about it. 

According to a report, it has been revealed that Bose has finalised on the name QuietComfort Earbuds for the series. The company has a QC series to market its high-end headphones for many ears. 

Competition 

The new earbuds would be competing with the likes of Sony WF1000XM3 series and of course, the Apple AirPods Pro. The new leak has also revealed that the QuietComfort Earbuds would be coming in multiple variants. 

It has also been said , the earbuds come with a 6-hour battery life a single charge of the Earbuds. This timeframe is said to exclude the battery backup offered by the charging case. Bose has also claimed the new QC earbuds would be offering the ‘world’s most effective noise cancelling. 

Features and Specifications 

It has also been reported that the QC earbuds are available in black and silver colour options. These will also get water and sweat resistant rating, which is a prerequisite for high-end audio devices nowadays. During the launch of the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 last year, these earbuds were first heard of. 

The Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 launched at Rs 34,500 in the country. These headphones would be supporting Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Amazon Alexa. Bose has also said that headphones are also AR- enabled, which is also touted as the world’s first audio augmented reality platform. 

The company has also mentioned that “six microphones dramatically cancel noise, so it doesn’t reach your ears.” It also supports a Conversation mode, which the company says “lets you gain the same awareness while enjoying the content.”

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