Recently, OnePlus launched the OnePlus Buds Pro true wireless headphones globally. The headset supports adaptive noise reduction. Our protagonist will go on sale in Europe on August 25th at a price of 150 euros and will then be on sale in the United States and Canada on September 1st at a price of $150. Tomorrow, it will hit the Chinese market as well. And in the domestic market, it is known as the “Annual Flagship Headphones With Noise Reduction.” Don’t you wonder why?
Today, OnePlus officially shared a thank-you letter from a product manager to users. He talked about “persistence to this headset” and reiterated the belief that Never Settle will not succeed.
“During this time, upholding the concept of bringing quality technology to users, this headset has been tested and polished countless times. It has great noise reduction effect, noise reduction experience, call effect, and interactive experience.
I also brought OnePlus’ insistence on CMF to the earphones, and the “feeling really cool” can also be used on the earphones from now on. In addition, we also spent a long time making a recognizable design on the headset.
We are serious about making mobile phones, and so we are when making headphones.”
OnePlus Design And Features
In terms of appearance, the OnePlus Buds Pro charging box has a square clamshell design with the word “ONEPLUS” printed in the middle. The charging box of this headset has a USB-C port and supports Qi wireless charging. The headset is also IP55-level waterproof and dustproof.
Each earbud has three microphones. At the same time, the adaptive noise reduction function can automatically reduce the noise by 15 to 40 decibels according to the environment.
The OnePlus Buds Pro comes with a Bluetooth 5.2 main control chip, a built-in 11 mm moving coil unit, supports Dolby panoramic sound effects, and LHDC encoding can transmit high-quality audio at a high rate.
In terms of battery life, when the noise reduction mode is off, the headset can play music continuously for about 10 hours. The total battery life is about 38 hours when used with the charging box. By the way, the latter supports fast charging. So charging for 10 minutes can bring 10 hours of battery life.
In fact, the market is full of good noise reduction headphones. But if some copycats offer low-quality products for up to $50, the genuine products cost not less than $150. Probably, this technology will still remain pricy.