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OnePlus may launch Bullets Wireless successor; could be AirPods rival

12 March 2019 2

OnePlus isn’t only expected to bring its new flagship this year but also an audio accessory that may rival Apple AirPods. Well, the details aren’t out and what has surfaced is pretty vague at the same time. So, we can only make guesses out of them.

Actually, a post made by Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus has led to the speculation that OnePlus may be in the works to launch its own truly wireless earbuds. Lau took to Weibo to talk about the company’s audio journey with the removal of the 3.5mm audio jack and also hinted that the company may be looking to launch true wireless earbuds alongside the OnePlus 7 this year. The company’s wish to ‘polish’ its wireless headset experience, suggests at the true wireless earbuds arrival this year.

Well, AirPods rival by OnePlus is completely a speculation now and it can also be possible that the company is just upgrading its Bullets Wireless that it launched last year alongside the OnePlus 6. Lau said that the current product is “very good, but it can be even more extreme.” While this statement doesn’t directly hint at the AirPods like earbuds, it does suggest that OnePlus is definitely upgrading its wireless audio accessory. Lau also asked for any suggestions via his post and the followers have been requesting what they like to have in the next major wireless earphones upgrade.


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OnePlus may launch Bullets Wireless successor; could be AirPods rival
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MatureMe
MatureMe

The Bullets Wireless earbuds was something that gave OnePlus a good pep up in the accessories department, though couldn't get to use them still.

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