- OnePlus Buds Z2 TWS earbuds have been announced in global markets.
- The earbuds feature ANC, up to 38 hours of music playback, 11mm dynamic driver, Dolby Atmos, Bluetooth 5.2, and IP55 rating.
- OnePlus Buds Z2 are priced at USD 99 (around Rs 7,600).
OnePlus Buds Z2 have been announced as the successors to last year’s Buds Z. While nothing much has changed with regards to design, OnePlus has made some notable changes with regards to the hardware. Firstly, there’s ANC (active noise cancellation) support, which should isolate ambient noise to offer a better audio listening experience. The truly wireless earbuds also promise longer battery life in comparison. They are claimed to offer 5 hours of music playback with ANC enabled and 7 hours without ANC. There’s also fast charging support, which is said to last 5 hours with just 10 minutes of charging. Let’s take a look at the OnePlus Buds Z2 price, features, and more.
OnePlus Buds Z2 price
OnePlus Buds Z2 is priced at USD 99 (around Rs 7,600) in the US and EUR 99 (approx Rs 8,600) in Europe and they’re already available in these markets. There’s only a single Pearl White colour option at the moment. The Obsidian Black will be available sometime next year.
OnePlus Buds Z2 specifications
OnePlus Buds Z2 TWS earbuds feature ANC up to 40db that cuts off the ambient noise and there’s also transparency mode so that you can also hear the surrounding noises. The TWS earbuds come with 11mm bass-tuned dynamic drivers, which are found in the Buds Pro. Meaning we can expect the music quality to be good. There’s a 3-mic setup that is calibrated to reduce noise and wind noises and Dolby Atmos support.
Each earbud carries a 40mAh battery, while the charging case has a 520mAh battery that charges over the USB-C port. The OnePlus Buds Z2 come with an IP55 rating for water and sweat resistance. They connect via Bluetooth 5.2 and there’s 94ms ultra-low latency. The earbuds come with fast-charging support that lasts up to five hours with just a 10-minute charge. The OnePlus Buds Z2 earbuds were originally announced in China back in October.