Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

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OnePlus 6 launched with notched display, powerful chipset in low budget

OnePlus has officially unveiled the OnePlus 6 flagship device yesterday at a launch event in the UK.

The new Bullets Wireless is an upgrade of the previously launched wired headphones from the company. Unlike Apple's offerings however, the Bullets Wireless feature a wire that holds together the left and right earbuds, in the style of a neck band.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, General Director of OnePlus Carl Pei said, "We believe that the pursuit of maximum speed is what you should strive for all devices ..." The total battery life is rated at 8 hours.

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless price has been set at $69 (roughly Rs. 4,700), GBP 69 (roughly Rs. 6,300), and Euro 69 (roughly Rs. 5,500), and will be available from June 5. The OnePlus Bullets Wireless price in India has not yet been revealed, and can be expected to be announced at the OnePlus 6 launch event in Mumbai tomorrow. Also, it carries the credits for being the first wireless earphones to be announced by the company. The company claimed that it has implemented a new technology dubbed Energy Tubes to reduce audio distortion and deliver clearer sound quality.

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The Bullets Wireless headphones is magnetic and can automatically turn off when it is not in use.

The integrated magnets in the earbuds also offer additional features. They also feature an in-line remote control. The neckband includes a button each for power and pairing of the device with OnePlus smartphones.

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. OnePlus has added fast charging the its "Bullets Wireless" and it claims that users only need to charge the earphones for about 10 minutes for 5 hours of playback time. The earphones also have Google Assistant support for voice assistance. What's interesting is that the set supports fast-charging (10 min of charging for 5 hrs of use), supports AptX and "weather resistant". The company will provide interchangeable tips and fins, for users to find the right fit for their ears.

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