Sony will upgrade a bunch of older headphones and earphones to work with Google Assistant

Sony announced that old speakers and headphones would get support for Google Assistant via a software update. For these older earphones that don’t have their own cell connection, they’ll need to be paired with a phone to use Google Assistant. Recently announced WF-SP700N and WI-SP600N noise-cancelling sport headphones, as well as the HT-Z9F and HT-X9000F soundbars come with support for Google Assistant out of the box.

Wireless noise cancelling series of headphones and earbuds released last year that would get the update are:

WF-1000X (noise-canceling truly wireless earbuds)

WI-1000X (noise-canceling neckbud earphones)

WH-1000XM2 (noise-canceling wireless headphones)

WH-CH700N (noise-canceling wireless headphones)

WF-SP700N (truly wireless fitness earbuds, new at CES this year)

WH-H900N (wireless headphones, otherwise known as the h.ear on 2)

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