(Pictured) FCC certification documents show that B . . . is about to launch a new noise-cancelling, full-enclosed headset

The new all-enclosed wireless headset, the New Beoplay H95, is being announced as a new FCC-certified version of the Bang and Olufsen Brand’s B and O Play brand, which is expected to be a new addition to the All-Enclosed Beoplay H9 series. According to the FCC’s certification documents, the Beoplay H95 could be transformed from a circular design of the H9s to an elliptical design. But there isn’t much that’s published in the document right now, so you can’t get more useful information.

(Pictured) FCC certification documents show that B . . . is about to launch a new noise-cancelling, full-enclosed headset

Vlad Savov, a former Verge editor, commented on the H9s, saying the headset was comfortable and very loud, but he said the sound was too soft and the headset’s touch control was poor. This was followed by the release of the H9i version in January 2018, which recalibrated the sound, improved touch control, USB-C charging and extended battery life. Launched in May 2019, the third-generation H9s added Google Assistant and improved battery life, with some minor tweaks to ear pads and headbands.

All three products were available for $500, and the official price for the third-generation models is still $500. But if you don’t pay much attention to Google Assistant, the refurbished H9is on Amazon can sell for $200 less.