New OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones tipped to launch in India soon

OnePlus is said to be readying new OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones a year after it launched the Buds Z Bass Edition.

Highlights
  • New OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones are tipped to be in the works.
  • These will arrive as neckband wireless headphones with in-ear style silicone ear tips.
  • No hardware details about the upcoming OnePlus Bullets Wireless are revealed at the moment but we can expect features like quick pair, fast charging, and more.

OnePlus is evolving beyond just smartphones these days as its also launching smartwatches and audio products as well. It is playing smart by placing products at various price points, thereby giving users a wide range of choices to pick from. After launching the premium OnePlus Buds Pro TWS earbuds, the company is reportedly aiming to bring a new pair of OnePlus Bullets Wireless to the Indian market, according to tipster Abhishek Yadav citing sources within OnePlus. These will arrive as neckband wireless headphones with in-ear style silicone ear tips. Since the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition launched a year ago, it’s about time we see a new upgrade.

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We can speculate the upcoming OnePlus Bullets Wireless could come with features like water and sweat resistance, Quick Switch, Fast Pair, Warp Charge, among others. They should be compatible with both Android and iOS and connect via Bluetooth. Unfortunately, no hardware details about the OnePlus Bullets Wireless are revealed at the moment.

Separately, talking about the OnePlus 9RT launch in India, Abhishek says that he doesn’t have any information yet but suggests the phone might launch in the country in November. We should hear more information about it soon considering OnePlus indeed has plans of introducing it here in India. The handset debuted in China earlier this month and brings Snapdragon 888, 50MP triple cameras, 120Hz Fluid AMOLED display, ColorOS 12 skin, and 65W fast charging support.

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