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OnePlus TWS Buds unveiled with 30 hours of battery capacity

OnePlus Buds launched as the company’s latest $79 true wireless headphone with 30 hours of battery life. The company’s Buds comes with a 13.4mm dynamic driver, Low-latency mode, Warp Charge, and Dolby Atmos for better sound quality.

The OnePlus Buds is also the company’s first truly wireless earbuds and was announced in its first AR launch event, where they also announced the OnePlus Nord.

OnePlus Buds comes with an ergonomic half in-ear design and features an IPX4 water resistance rating to handle splashes of water. You can find the device in gray, white, and blue color options.

There is low latency support, with Fnatic Mode that reduces latency to 103ms. And the Low latency pairing technology allows the buds to quickly and easily pair with smartphones, especially OnePlus devices.

It comes with touch controls support for track change, voice assistant, and Play/pause. And it has three active microphones for ambient noise reduction during calls.

The Buds weighs 4.7g and the charging box weighs 37grams. It is relatively well priced, and the 35mAh battery in buds offers up to 7 hours of music playback, 4 hours phone call, 10 minutes charge for 10 hours of audio with warp charge, and 30h with 420mAh charging case.

The Warp charge 10 mins for 10 hours for both charging box and earbuds. And offers 10 mins for 10 hours play-time for the earbuds. With the Warp Charge technology, you can enjoy a full charge along with the charging case offers up to 30 hours of high-quality music playback.

With such an affordable prices for Buds, you’ll miss some good stuff such as noise-cancellation, silicone ear tips, and wireless charging.

WHERE TO BUY

Starting August 4th, you can purchase the buds through;

  • Amazon.in,
  • OnePlus.in,
  • Flipkart

PRICE

It costs $79 / £79 / €89 and is available to preorder from today for the gray and white in the US, while India and Europe is getting a blue color option.

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