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OnePlus Bullets V2 earbuds revealed

Today OnePlus revealed the “something special” that it teased a couple of days ago, and as expected, we’re getting some new earbuds.

The OnePlus Bullets V2 are new earbuds that OnePlus says “perfectly compliment the OnePlus 3.” These ‘buds have a copper-clad aluminum coil that OnePlus claims help offer “a more consistent listening experience,” silicone ear tips with multiple sizes so that you can find a good fit for you, and a flat cable to fight tangles.

Also included with the Bullets V2 is a three-button inline remote control. With it, you can play or pause a song, control volume, and answer a call. OnePlus says that the Bullets V2 were built to meet CTIA standards so that they support other OnePlus and Android devices.

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If you’ve looking for the raw specs of the Bullets V2, here they are:

  • Type: In-ear
  • Diaphragm: Gryphon Polyarylate
  • Driver Unit: 9mm dynamic
  • Inline remote: Yes
  • Color: Black/White
  • Impedance: 24Ω
  • Weight: 14g
  • Cable length: 1.25m
  • Sound Pressure Level (SPI): 107dB
  • Connector: 3.5mm jack (Straight)
  • Coil Material: Copper-clad aluminum
  • Wire Core Material: Enameled copper wire
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <1% (1000Hz, 1mW)
  • Rated Power: 3mW
  • Frequency Range: 20-20,000Hz

The OnePlus Bullets V2 are listed as “Coming Soon” in the OnePlus store, and there’s no word on pricing quite yet. The original Silver Bullet headphones are priced at $14.99, though, and so the new Bullets V2 could be priced similarly when they launch.

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