OnePlus Bullets Wireless Headphones With Google Assistant Unveiled

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OnePlus has officially unveiled the OnePlus 6 flagship device yesterday at a launch event in the UK. Also, it carries the credits for being the first wireless earphones to be announced by the company. They are not exactly wireless as the buds are still connected to each other by a cable that wraps around your neck. The feature now works with OnePlus 5, 5T and 6 devices. The buds are made up of aluminum and also come with magnetic backs allowing the users to clip them together without entangling them.

The earbuds will be worn around your neck and it is also weather resistance, making it flawless for fitness freaks and those of you that love sports.

OnePlus' Bullets Wireless headphones is resistant to sweat and water. It also features a USB Type-C port for charging. Snapping the headphones together will turn it off and pulling them apart will turn them on and answer a call. Are there earphones plagued by the same issues of poor battery life? With built-in Google Assistant, users will be able to give voice commands to the assistant without having to take out the smartphone from the pocket.

The Bullets Wireless use Bluetooth v4.1 technology and support Qualcomm AptX playback technology for high-resolution audio playback. The earphones feature 9.2 mm moving coil drivers and the company's "Energy Tube" technology which helps reduce audio distortion and deliver a more clear sound quality.

The battery has a capacity of 3300 mAh with fast charging Dash Charge. Headphones have fast charging, which means that they can work up to 5 hours after 10 minutes of charging.

If you're using a OnePlus 5/5T or 6, there is one additional function that you can get from these buds. There are no details on pricing or availability in India, but the company is expected to reveal all these details at the Indian launch event scheduled to happen later today.

Unlike other flagship smartphones such as the iPhone X and Huawei Mate 10, OnePlus chose to keep the headphone Jack, despite the fact that the presented wireless headphones OnePlus Bullets Wireless.

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