About a month ago, an FCC sighting revealed that Bose could have a set of new headphones in the works in the form of the Bose QuietComfort 45. Now thanks to a post on WinFuture.de, a series of photographs of the headphones have made their way online, giving us a better look at what we might be able to expect.
Based on the photos, it seems that Bose won’t be making too drastic of a change when it comes to the QuietComfort 45’s design. It sports a similar look to the 35s, although it seems that Bose did update it with support for USB-C, which is a good thing as its predecessor was still using micro USB.
Some other features that we might be able to look forward to include an Aware Mode which lets external sound in so that users can be more aware of their surroundings, and it is also expected to use the same TriPort acoustic architecture and also support for Bose’s Active EQ. Battery life is also said to be longer at 24 hours, versus the 20 hours in the 35s, and with USB-C, it supports Quick Charge that will provide 2.5 hours of playback in 15 minutes of charging.
There is no word on when the headphones will be launched, but we expect the sighting at the FCC and these clean looking images all suggest that it could be soon.