OnePlus Bullets Wireless: First wireless pair arriving this June

Katie Ramirez
May 17, 2018

As far as the audio is concerned, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Earphones come with what's called "Energy Tube" that "absorbs stray sound waves to minimize distortion".

Now that we got the launch of the OnePlus 6 out of the way, the company has also announced a new pair of wireless earbuds that looks good and comes with a range of features that make it one of the more exciting earbuds we have seen. The left and the right earbuds are connected via a wire that goes around the user's neck. OnePlus says that this feature will also work for answering and finishing calls in an upcoming future software update, according to Android Authority. Considering that Bullets Wireless is without wires, this does not mean that the 3.5 mm headphone jack is going anywhere from the OnePlus 6. They also feature an in-line remote control.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless headphones are also water resistant, and comes with Bluetooth 4.1 for connectivity. OnePlus has claimed that clipping the earbuds together pauses the music while unclipping them will resume playback. The neckband includes a button each for power and pairing of the device with OnePlus smartphones.

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As we mentioned, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless are said to offer 8 hours of battery life, and provide up to 5 hours of playback time with just 10 minutes of charge, thanks to Dash Charge technology. Interestingly, the earbuds have fast charging, and can be charged using a type C cable. There's a magnetic control and total convenience so you can quickly switch between apps, the Google Assistant, and music. The earphones are also weather-resistant, the company says.

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