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Oneplus wireless earphone Bullet Z might debut along Oneplus 8 series

Vikrant Gupta
1 year ago

Oneplus wireless Bullet Z

Oneplus seems to be looking forward to grabbing some more market shares as the latest leak has tipped another Onplus device coming along with Oneplus 8, Onplus 8 Pro, Oneplus Z, and Oneplus Q Pro.

The new device will be a wireless earphone, Oneplus Bullet wireless Z. Bullet Wireless Z will be the successor to Bullet wireless 2, offering an incremental update over last year's model.

The latest leak from well-known tipsters Ishan Aggarwal and Evan Bless have revealed some key features that you can expect from the upcoming Oneplus earphone.

What to Expect

Oneplus Z bullet wireless earphone will look almost the same as its predecessor with some minimal change in design but will be available in 4 different color variants.

The main difference will be battery life. While you'll be able to charge Bullet wireless at the same speed as its predecessor with 10 hours of battery life in just 10 minutes of charge, Bullet Z will offer 20 hours of battery life, in a single charge unlike 14 hours of juice that you get from Bullet wireless 2.

The Bullet Z will also come with IP55 water and dust resistance with an audio latency of 110ms, better than Apple Airpod Pro, which has an audio latency of 144ms.


There are no official words on when Bullet Z might make its way to the Oneplus store, but the best bet will be April 14, when Oneplus will unveil its Oneplus 8 series.

Meanwhile, you can check about the most awaited upcoming mid-range smartphone from the Oneplus - Oneplus Z by clicking here.


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