“The OnePlus Bullet Wireless earphones feature a USB Type-C port and offer a music playback of five hours from a 10-minute charge”
Chinese smartphone giant OnePlus recently took the wraps off its latest flagship, the OnePlus 6 (first impressions) which features powerful specs and an all-new glass-back design. Alongside the flagship, the company has also unveiled a new pair of Bluetooth earphones. Dubbed the Bullet Wireless, the earphones come in a neckband style design and feature magnetic earpieces which lock together when the earphone is not being used.
Coming to the specs of the Bullet Wireless, the earphones ship with 9.2mm drivers and energy tubes which the company claims helps reduce reverberation of frequencies. The earphones come with a built-in mic as well which features in-line controls to switch between different tracks, increase/decrease the volume and invoke the Google Assistant.
The Bullet Wireless comes with a Bluetooth range of 10m and connects to compatible devices via Bluetooth v4.1. The earphones also feature support for Qualcomm’s aptX codec as well as OnePlus’s proprietary dash charge technology, which gives buyers a whopping five hours of music playback off a 10-minute charge. Lastly, the earphones are said to come with weather resistance and are immune to damage from rain.
As far as the pricing is concerned, the Bullet Wireless will set interested buyers back by $69 and the earphones will go on sale starting June 5.