OnePlus Buds Pro 2 key specifications & launch timeline tipped


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The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 TWS launch timeline and specifications have been revealed. The earbuds have already entered the production stage.

The Buds Pro TWS went official back in July 2021. Now, the flagship TWS from OnePlus is more than a year old. So, the company is reportedly prepping to launch the Buds Pro successor soon.

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Now, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 TWS earbuds specifications have surfaced online. Last month, leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer shared the specifications of the upcoming audio product with Price Baba. Tipster Mukul Sharma has now shared details about the Buds Pro 2 launch timeline with MySmartPrice.

OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Specifications & Launch Timeline

The Buds Pro 2 TWS earbuds’ serial production has begun in several Asian and European regions. The tipster claims the Buds Pro 2 TWS will launch alongside the OnePlus 11 smartphone.

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The Buds Pro 2 will adopt the same in-ear design with a stem as its predecessor. So, it will probably feature silicon tips. The audio device could pack 11mm and 6mm dual audio drivers.

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The Buds Pro 2 will support ANC like most flagship TWS. The OnePlus TWS will support up to 45dB adaptive noise cancellation.

Also, the Buds Pro 2 will automatically adjust the intensity of noise cancellation based on ambient noise. The audio product will have three microphones that deliver superior voice calls compared to the original OnePlus Buds Pro.

Moreover, the Buds Pro 2 could support spatial audio with LHDC 4.0 audio codec. The TWS earbuds might offer a battery life of 38 hours when ANC is disabled. However, the earbuds will last about 22 hours when ANC is on.

More details about the upcoming TWS earbuds from OnePlus are likely to surface online soon. OnePlus could unveil the Buds Pro 2 in Q1 of 2023.

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