OnePlus has now entered the premium smartphone segment. It also makes high quality accessories (cases, bags, earphones), but doesn't get much buzz. The company last year launched Bullets Wireless Earphones with premium design and sound, long battery and USB Type-C charging. OnePlus has brought Bullets Wireless 2 with the same design. However, this time the sound quality and battery life have improved even better. If you have a OnePlus Dash/Dash, you'll have a new one-time dash. Wrap charger and cable so you can use it for up to 10 hours by charging just 10 minutes. Get a full backup of 14 hours after wireless 2 full charge.
The company has kept the size of the new wireless earphone larger than the previous one. There is a 10mm dynamic driver for Bass inside each earbud. Also, a pair of Knowles is in the mid/season. The balance for high is the armature driver. Knowles was founded in 1946. It specializes in creating advance micro acoustics technology. Its products are also used in space missions. Neil Armstrong's voice from the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission was captured from the equipment made by Knowles. In simple terms, the OnePlus quality standard has been significantly elevated. That's why the price has also gone up from Rs 3,999 to Rs 5,990.
Bullets also support Wireless 2 aptX HD. They'll also connect to iPhones, but without aptX HD you won't be able to enjoy the best audio quality. You can also use them for phone calls. Inside it is a responsive inline remote.In the box of Bullets Wireless 2 you will find three sets of silicon tips, a red silicon travel case and a short type C cable. However, the wireless earphone is priced at Rs 5,990, yet it can be said to recover money. If you have a OnePlus phone, you will get the benefit of quick pair functionality. You just separate the earbuds and you will get the signal to connect to the phone.