OnePlus Bullets Wireless Earphones launched in India for Rs 3999


There's a magnetic control and total convenience so you can quickly switch between apps, the Google Assistant, and music.

The new Bullets Wireless is an upgrade of the previously launched wired headphones from the company.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless will be out by the end of June for with a $69 price tag.

OnePlus, the Chinese smartphone maker, has today expanded its audio accessories line up in the country with the launch of OnePlus Bullet Wireless earphones. Unlike the $159 Apple AirPods, the Bullets Wireless aren't completely wireless. The company will provide interchangeable tips and fins, for users to find the right fit for their ears.

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Magnetically clamping them together turns the set off. The buds are made up of aluminum and also come with magnetic backs allowing the users to clip them together without entangling them. OnePlus says that this feature will also work for answering and finishing calls in an upcoming future software update, according to Android Authority. Users can resume playback and take calls simply by pulling the attached earbuds apart. Are there earphones plagued by the same issues of poor battery life? The company says it has integrated the Dash Charge tech into the Bullets Wireless, thus any compatible USB Type-C adapter can be used to fast charge the earphones.

The headphones are equipped with Bluetooth 4.1 technology for connectivity and use Qualcomm AptX playback technology to offer high-quality audio playback to the users.

One of OnePlus 6's winning features is the audio. The buds themselves contain 9.2mm drivers to deliver richer bass. Carl Pei, OnePlus Co-founder pointed out that the company tested a number of materials for a pair of wireless earphones in last two years.