The OnePlus Bullets Wireless headphones come with a price tag of $69 (Rs 4,700 approximately) and will be available from June 5 onwards. They are actually kind of wireless in-ear monitors. The buds themselves are milled from aluminium and come with magnetic backs allowing you to clip them together to avoid tangles. The good news is that the bigger screen doesn't equal an unwieldy body since cutting out the bezels has meant that the size is nearly exactly the same as the 6-inch OnePlus 5T.
The Bullets Wireless also feature in-line remote control.
The earbuds will be worn around your neck and it is also weather resistance, making it ideal for fitness freaks and those of you that love sports.
As evident from its name, these OnePlus earphones are, well, wireless. The neckband comes with a button for power and pairing, as well as includes a USB-C port for charging. As far as the battery is concerned, OnePlus has claimed that the headphones can provide a total of 8 hours of continuous playback. Users can resume playback and take calls simply by pulling the attached earbuds apart. So you can just voice out your commands to the assistant to execute certain tasks without taking the device out of your pocket or bag. The company claimed that it has implemented a new technology dubbed Energy Tubes to reduce audio distortion and deliver clearer sound quality.
The battery has a capacity of 3300 mAh with fast charging Dash Charge. The headphones also support Dash Charge fast charging technology that can provide up to 5 hours of playback with just 10 minutes of charging time. To preserve energy, the earphones will also come with automatically shutdown function which turns them off after 5 minutes of inactivity. The smartphone is also scheduled to be unveiled in India today.
Unlike other flagship smartphones such as the iPhone X and Huawei Mate 10, OnePlus made a decision to keep the headphone Jack, despite the fact that the presented wireless headphones OnePlus Bullets Wireless.