Introducing Bullets Wireless: Oneplus’ First Ever Wireless Headphones


Along with the much-awaited OnePlus 6, the company also unveiled their wireless headphones called Bullets Wireless. One of the most noteworthy features of the headphones are the magnetic earbuds. Snap them together, and they're off; unsnap them, and they switch on, it's that simple. They'll even resume playing your music from where you left off, once switched back on (Pixel Buds, anyone?) Unlike other wireless headphones, Bullets Wireless is robust, and is resistant to water, dust and sweat, making them an ideal companion for your daily workout. They also come with and come with three wing and tip sizes for the perfect fit.

The headphones are compatible with Google Assistant, which can be invoked by long pressing the Play button. One of the main grouse with wireless headphones is that they don't last very long. Bullets Wireless comes with a dash charge compatible USB Type C port, through which you can get up to five hours of continuous playtime with only a ten-minute charge.

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A pair of headphones is practically useless if they don't deliver a good audio output. Bullets Wireless supports aptX for high-quality audio and feature 9.2 mm drivers with Energy Tubes, which the company claims, 'guides the sound to your eardrums'. They are made out of a non-metallic mineral and silica gel and OnePlus says they will create a cleaner and richer sound.

One would expect that with its spec sheet, the Bullets Wireless would cost a small fortune. It turns out, they're very reasonably priced at $69/€69/£69 (go ahead have a giggle) and will be available in select regions worldwide.