OnePlus 7 is anticipated to release soon, and the smartphone has been leaked by a couple of events previously. Now, CEO Pete Lau, elaborating at the corporate‘s wireless audio adventure with the elimination of the 3.5mm audio jack, hints that OnePlus could also be taking a look to release true wireless earbuds after the bullets wireless which they have released with OnePlus 6. Lau says that it seems to be to ‘polish’ its wireless headset experience, suggesting at true wireless earbuds may soon arrive.
OnePlus True Wireless Earbuds will be unveiled alongside OnePlus 7:
OnePlus‘s CEO Pete says that eliminating the 3.5mm jack from the phones lineup used to be aware by us. He believes that the wireless headset product line has scope for excessive enhancements. This hints that the company is taking a look to lift its wireless audio revel in via launching a brand new product – which might be OnePlus true wireless earbuds alongside with the next phone launch yet the Galaxy Buds are already in the market.
They may come with a competitor as a result. The OnePlus 7 will be introduced within the coming weeks and can include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt storage. Other OnePlus 7 rumored specs include a pop-up selfie camera, bezel-less display, triple rear cameras, and an in-display fingerprint sensor. It is sad to know that the company will not bring wireless charging support to its new device. You can read all other details related to the phone in the other post we had published days back here.
OnePlus True Wireless Earbuds maybe called as Bullets Wireless 2 or Bullets Wireless V2 similar to the earphones line up. The pricing of this should be around Rs. 4,999.
For more details about this device, we have to wait for the official announcements from the company. Till then, stay connected with HorizonTechnical for more such tech news and updates.
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