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OnePlus buds launched in India. Priced at Rs. 4,999!



Today, OnePlus unveiled its first-ever Truly Wireless earbuds named the OnePlus Buds alongside the OnePlus Nord. Since Realme, Vivo & Oppo have already launched their truly wireless solution so it was just a matter of time for OnePlus to join the foray.

Anyway, the OnePlus Buds will compete with Realme Buds Air, Mi Truly Wireless Earphones 2, Vivo TWS Neo. Now for the design, the wireless buds have an Apple Airpods like design (Semi-in-ear) with a long stem and the charging case which they come in is pretty similar to Google Pixel Buds.

OnePlus Buds Specifications.

The Wireless buds feature a 13.4mm dynamic driver with Bluetooth v 5.0 & Google Assistant support. Also, there’s support for Bass boost & Dolby Atmos though it will only work with OnePlus 7 series & above. The OnePlus Buds also support ENC (Environment Noise Cancellation which reduces the ambient sound during calls to deliver crisp & clear sound experience.


The truly wireless buds have a “Find My Buds” feature which is pretty useful if you’ve kept somewhere & don’t remember where it is. (makes a sound which can be helpful in locating it). It also has Google fast pair tech that lets you instantly connect your buds with your phone.


OnePlus Buds feature a low-latency mode, which lowers the latency when playing games in fanatic mode but that’s also exclusive to OnePlus phones from 6 series & above. The buds come in three colour options White, Black & Nord Blue.


The company claims that the buds can last for 10 hours on a single & with the charging case it can last up to 30 hours when fully charged. It comes with Warp charge tech which can offer a 10-hour playback with 10 minutes charge. The earbuds have IPX4 water-resistant.


OnePlus Buds: Price & Availability.


The buds are priced at Rs. 4,999 & they go on sale from July 4th on Amazon.

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