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OnePlus Bullets Wireless Earphones with magnetic control launched in India

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Bluetooth earphones have been launched in India today. These earphones come with magnetic power control which turns off the earphones to pause music and to save battery that offers five hours of playback after 10 minutes of charging.

OnePlus already unveiled these earphones alongside with the OnePlus 6 last month in London event.  The Bullets earphones are priced in India as Rs 3,990 and it will be available to buy starting June 19.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Specifications and features

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless is an upgrade to the OnePlus Bullets V2, it comes with 9.2 mm drivers. The outer casing of the earbuds is made of nonmetallic silica gel to increase noise cancellation. The earphones come with a weather-resistant design which can bear rain and showers but not for swimming.

The feature which OnePlus is keeping reminding us about these earphones is the magnetic controls. The earbuds are equipped with magnets which when clipped together turns off the Bluetooth radio of the earphones hence, pause the music in a smartphone. Unclipping the earbuds resumes the music playback by turning the Bluetooth radio back on.

The earphones also come with an impressive battery life with its Dash Charge support. OnePlus touted that 10 minutes of charging provides 4 to 5 hours of music playback. The earphones are also equipped with USB Tye C port for charging. The earphones come with Bluetooth 4.1 tech with Qualcomm aptX technology for best music experience.

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones also come with a rubber neckband which keeps the earphones from falling. The inline remote control has controls for volume, music playback and Google Assistant. With a full charge, the earphones provide 8 to 10 hours of music playback.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.