Sony has officially announced at the CES 2019 that its latest WH-1000XM3 along with few peviously released noise-canceling wireless headphones will get the Amazon Alexa support soon. Sony is going to provide the same featur to WH-1000XM2 and WI-1000X wireless headphones too.

Using the Amazon Alexa on the Sony wireless headphones, user wil be able to have a hands-free, voice-controlled experience of Amazon Alexa, just like the Google Assistant which is already available on these Sony headphones.

Sony WH-1000XM3 Amazon Alexa Support CES 2019

User can ask Alexa to control smart home devices, play music, change tracks, search information and perform lots of other actions too.

Amazon Alexa support will be available to Sony WH-1000XM3, WH-1000XM2 and WI-1000X wireless headphones via Sony Headphones Connect app and a firmware update of it in the first quarter of 2019.

Mike Fasulo, President and Chief Operating Officer of Sony Electronics North America, said;
Sony is always seeking to provide new listening experiences and to enhance the usability and integration of our products into users’ daily lives. Adding Alexa support to our noise-canceling wireless headphones makes it easy to find audio content so users spend less time searching for their music and more time enjoying it.

Pete Thompson, Vice President of the Alexa Voice Service, said;
We are delighted to collaborate with Sony on listening experiences that combine high-quality sound with the simplicity of voice control.With Alexa built-in, you can easily play music, hear the news, control smart home devices, access tens of thousands of skills, and more.