OnePlus Launches OnePlus Bullet Wireless Earbuds In India For Rs 3999

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OnePlus Bullets Wireless isn't the first pair from the Chinese OEM but its definitely the first wireless version. Stretch-resistant cables connect the earphones and the battery part rests on the user's neck. The Bullets Wireless is priced at Rs. 3,999 and will be made available from June 5.

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones are not truly wireless earbuds like the AirPods.

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In terms of actual sound quality, OnePlus says that the Bullets Wireless are able to deliver superior audio. Moreover, these earphones also have 9.2 mm drivers for those who prefer bass-heavy music. The Energy Tubes are composed of a non-metallic mineral and silica gel, and reduce frequency distraction and noise generation. The Bullets Wireless earphones feature magnetic switches, which get magnetically attached and stop the music playback. Pulling them apart will automatically resume music playback. They also feature an in-line remote control.

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. There is a USB Type-C port on the product for the charging objective. Users will also be able to call on Google Assistant by long pressing the play/pause button. Bullet Wireless Headphones are not wireless in the traditional sense, and the earbuds are connected to each other with wire and the user then wears them around their neck. The buds come with an in-ear design that should ensure a snug fit for most users. The earphones are also weather-resistant, the company says. Coming back to the OnePlus 6, the flagship from the company comes in three variants based on their RAM and storage options.

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