As expected OnePlus unveiled its first wireless earphones called Bullet Wireless. The OnePlus Bullet Wireless are not true wireless earphones; there is cord connecting them. More than Apple Airpods, the OnePlus Bullet Wireless can be compared with Google Pixel buds. However, there is no wireless charging case for the Bullet Wireless.
While the Bullet Wireless looks like any other Bluetooth earphones available in the markets, the company has added two unique features. Firstly, the Dash Charge support balances the lack of wireless charging case. With the compatible Dash Charger, the Bullet Wireless can give 5 hours of music playback with just 10 minutes of charging.
Overall, these earphones will give up to 8 hours of continuous music playback. Talking about the next important feature, the Bullet Wireless has built-in Google Assitant support. The company also mentioned the Bullet Wireless to be ‘weather-resistant’ for using even in the rain. Just like the OnePlus 6, there is no IP certification for these Bluetooth earphones too.
Apart from the button for powering on/off and pairing on the neckband, there are also in-line controls for volume up, volume down, play/pause. The users can also make calls as there is a mic on these earphones. On the connectivity front, the Bullet Wireless has Bluetooth 4.1 support and includes AptX technology.
With the AptX technology, the OnePlus Bullet Wireless will deliver high-resolution audio. The company mentioned these Bluetooth earphones to come with large drivers and something called energy tubes for delivering a better experience. The Bullet Wireless also comes with interchangeable fins and tips for comfortable fit.
There is a USB Type-C port for charging these earphones. These OnePlus Bullet Wireless will be retailing for $69 /€69 / £69. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!