The new OnePlus active noise that wirelessly removes Buds Pro is now officially one thing – but not something you can get right now. They promise to neutralize 40dB of noise, the tube has a dual 11mm driver license, Dolby Atmos and Bluetooth 5.2 support (up to 94mm delay), with a mobile charging case lasting up to 38 hours, and Fast charging for up to 10 hours of playing time with just 10 minutes of charging off. This is a good list of specifications, and a price around $ 150 can be well worth it – if they work well.
Like most headphone ads, OnePlus makes big claims about hearing things you wouldn’t want otherwise and how good they look. Earphones are often more than just performance specifications, but the hardware revealed so far does not look too bad. OnePlus’s Buds Pro between dual drivers with the right size and somewhat “up to” 40dB rating for sound removal It seams They fit on paper, and they enjoy the company’s fast-charging protocol, which can be a deadly feature.
Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves when we go out of our way to find a lost battery, because we know it takes too long to charge. The Warp Charge OnePlus is one of the fastest charging solutions you can get right now, and while I’m sure the Buds Pro won’t grow at the same speed of 65 watts 9 watts 9 Pro, the company has up to 10 hours of playback time. Promises with 10 minutes of charging.
The question of the total value is a complex one. OnePlus is not the first company to release ANC earrings at this price, as the newly released Beats Studio Buds buds can attest, so OnePlus does not compete on a net price as in the past. But most of the ANC TWE premiums on the market these days are MSRP in the North with $ 200 and sometimes up to $ 400-500. If these are good (and “if” “big” given the state of the company these days), $ 150 can be a good deal.
Of course, we can’t talk about OnePlus headphones without mentioning that the new CEO / founder of OnePlus, Carl P. also Planning for a set of wireless headphones for truly wireless noise cancellation that should cost $ 99. We know very little about them, despite the constant stimulation that is fed through the drops, but if they can beat the valuable OnePlus they are Any good – another big “if”.
My advice? Wait and see reviews of both. And you have a little time to wait.
We’ve been told that the OnePlus Buds Pro will be available in the US starting September 1 for $ 150.