OnePlus has revealed that the OnePlus Buds Pro will be available soon and has revealed some attributes from its upcoming major wireless buds. Despite joining Oppo, Buds Pro was not created as a result of such integration.
The earbud is the top -class successor to last year’s OnePlus Buds, and based on the “Pro” moniker, it’s designed to compete with competitors like Apple’s AirPods Pro, and Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro.
Buds Pro will feature a triple-mic system, as well as self-adjustable sound cancellation (ANC) capabilities from 15 dB to 40 dB.
To turn on the ANC, the user only needs to press the left or right earlobe. Alternatively, they can also access the HeyMelody iOS or Android app. If you have a OnePlus device with a compatible handset, you can easily turn ANC on or off via the built -in app.
Physically, the product combines a combination of matte and glossy finishes made with non -conductive vacuum metallization technology. The shoots get a matte finish while the stems get a shiny metallic coating.
Its design and finish also serve for practical purposes, as the metal coating on the control section of the stem makes it possible for a smoother user experience, while the matte texture across the Buds Pro’s surface reduces its smoothness, thus improving sweat and dust resistance.
In terms of battery life, the OnePlus Buds Pro in its charging charge can activate up to 38 hours of use without ANC, and will last up to 28 hours with activation.
The battery also supports Warp Charge which was first available on its smartphones, where users can enjoy 10 hours of battery life after 10 minutes of 10W charging cable.
The listener is free to use the USB-C cable on any adapter, a feature not available on his smartphone. The Buds Pro charging case also supports wireless charging on any Qi wireless charger, though it can only be charged at 2W.
OnePlus says that it will share more information about the new earbuds during the upcoming launch event on July 22, where it will be launched alongside the OnePlus Nord 2 5G.
The upcoming Nord 2 also supposedly has a 4,500 mAh cell battery that supports 65W Warp Charge.
A Twitter leaking has installed picture rendering, as well as features expected from the Nord 2. While it’s confirmed that the Nord 2 will run on the MediaTek Dimensity 1200-AI chipset, the smartphone will inevitably produce a 50MP IMX766 main camera and a 32MP selfie camera.
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