After launching the OnePlus Buds, its first completely wireless headphones, the firm has taken advantage of the launch of the OnePlus 8T to announce the OnePlus Buds Z, a cheaper version. They are slightly similar to the previous models but promise a somewhat lower latency and land with IP55 resistance.
The OnePlus Buds Z headset supports Qualcomm’s Quick Pair technology (you can quickly switch between connected devices), as well as Bluetooth 5.0. In addition, the device is able to provide high-quality surround stereo sound due to Dolby Atmos. The OnePlus Buds Z are IP55 rated for dust and water resistance and are endowed with quality 10mm drivers with deep bass.
When it comes to battery life, OnePlus promises 5 hours of music listening thanks to the 40mAh battery. In-call, you can count on three hours of autonomy, still according to the statements of the manufacturer. Using the 450mAh charging box OnePlus evokes 20 hours of total autonomy and ensures that it will be possible to enjoy three hours of listening in just 10 minutes of charging. To be confirmed during the test.
The Buds Z should also handle voice and video calls well, as OnePlus says it has ambient noise reduction by amplifying the voice. Special features include auto pause, game mode, bass boost, and Google Assistant integration. Wireless charging is unfortunately not supported.
The OnePlus Buds will be available in white and Steven Harrington’s special color scheme, with three sizes of silicone rubber included in the box. The OnePlus Buds Z will be available from November 4, 2020, in white for € 59 ($69). And if you are a fan of the work of Steven Harrington, know that a collector’s version designed by him will be launched at the end of November at € 69 ($around $81) each.
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