In the iPhone 7 generation, Apple canceled the 3.5mm headphone jack and launched the AirPods wireless Bluetooth headset. Since then, more and more mobile phone manufacturers have canceled the 3.5mm headphone jack, and the wireless headset has become very popular. Today, even Microsoft has to share a piece of it.
According to foreign media reports, Microsoft is planning to release a new wireless headset product. Microsoft’s wireless headset, called Surface Buds, is an in-ear headset that is currently under development, code-named Morrison, and the benchmark is Apple AirPods.
Currently, the headset sold by Microsoft is the Surface Headphone, which is priced at $349.99. This is a headset that supports noise reduction.
The new Surface Buds will integrate Xiaona Voice Assistant to improve the way headphones interact with mobile phones. Previously, Apple’s AirPods II generation supported “嘿 Siri” and wireless charging.