Along with smartphones, headphones are also being improvised with the developing technology. Earlier we had the headphone which had long wires connected to the smartphones, mp3 players and iPods.
For example, the Airpods by Apple is a smart headphones whose function allows us to listen and communicate. Also, there are some headphones which are wireless and needs to be connected to your handset via Bluetooth connection.
And now some sources say that the popular search engine Google will be working on smart headphones. This could be an alternative to the Cupertino Company's AirpPods.
Google will make their own smart headsets, it will serve a platform that allows integrating the tech giant Google’s own Assistant in hearing aids developed by third parties.
This information has been given by “9to5Google” publication and hints the code of version 7.10 of Google’s application, referring to a code name: “Bisto”. Also, a pair of text is indicated and here it is:-
“THESE HEADPHONES HAVE GOOGLE ASSISTANT. YOU CAN ASK IT QUESTIONS. TELL IT TO DO THINGS. AS IT’S PERSONAL ASSISTANT READY TO HELP YOU.”
“GET TIPS ON HOW TO TALK TO ASSISTANT, GET NOTIFICATIONS, AND REPLY TO MESSAGES.”
The texts shown refer to functions of initiation to ask questions and to be able to obtain questions. Also, listen for notifications, physical button actions and updates via OTA. We would get a smart headphone from Google which will also include Google’s own Assistant.
Google’s headphones could be codenamed as “Bisto”. The headphones could be manufactured by third parties but with the hand of the tech giant Google in its interior.
Presently there is no any detailed information about “Bisto”. It is expected that it will be equipped with some amazing features and would also include smart speakers as well.
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