Alongside the arrival of the OnePlus 6, the Chinese language agency additionally launched a brand new pair of headphones, the OnePlus Bullets Wi-fi.
An evolution of its corded Bullets line, the Bullets Wi-fi are a water-proof set of Bluetooth earphones related to one another by a cable-come-neckband, however that does not prolong to your smartphone.
The again of every of the buds are magnetic, permitting you to clip them collectively round your neck to forestall them getting in the best way.
When they’re clipped collectively, the Bluetooth four.1 connection along with your smartphone is reduce, serving to to preserve your battery. Undock the buds from one another, they usually’ll reconnect to your cellphone and proceed taking part in the track you have been listening to beforehand.
Inside every earbud you will discover 9.2mm transferring coil drivers and vitality tubes which, OnePlus claims, ship cleaner, crisper sound throughout all frequencies.
The neckband has two sizable chunks to it, the place we anticipate the battery and electronics are housed – together with a USB-C port for charging.
OnePlus says a 10 minute quick cost (utilizing its Sprint Cost know-how) provides you with 5 hours of battery life, with a full cost offering as much as eight hours of playback.
There is a multi-function Three-way in-line distant too, offering controls for music, calls and Google Assistant (the latter of which, we’re advised, will solely work with OnePlus handsets).
The OnePlus Bullets Wi-fi can be accessible from June 5 and can set you again £69 ($69, round AU$90).
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