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OnePlus Bullets Wireless headphones now come in red color too

30 October 2018 2

OnePlus 6T is now official and alongside this new smartphone, the company has also refreshed its Bullets wireless headphones. However, there’s nothing new other than the color. OnePlus is introducing its Bullets Wireless headphones in the Red color variant, which basically combines with the existing Black color.

So, along with the new color variant of the headphones, OnePlus is also restocking the Black colored or say original Bullets Wireless. The lack of availability of this accessory really bothered the interested buyers but now they will be able to buy, however, they are still listed as coming soon.

The Bullets Wireless headphones have a neckband design which is comfortable for the users. The pair can be charged just 10 minutes so as to give you up to 5 hours of sound. Switching between music, calls, and Google Assistant is quite easy. The pair has a new Magnetic Control feature to take control of the music.

Simply clipping the Bullets together magnetically turns them off. This means you don’t have to rely on the traditional play and pause buttons for controlling the music. Just clip them together when not in use and separate them when you want to listen to music. The best part is the headphones will resume the song where you left off.

In order to enable Google Assistant and voice calls, first pair the Bullets Wireless with your phone, then go to Settings > Sound & vibration > Earphone mode and turn on Call information broadcast.

The availability of the new and old Bullets Wireless headphones will soon be announced.



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