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OnePlus, did it again and took to micro-social media Twitter to post a YouTube video to announce OnePlus Bullets V2 – the new earphones. The 1 minute and 11 seconds long video provides viewers a glimpse and highlights of the product.
The V2, a successor of Bullets earphones introduced back in 2014, has a simple design. The company revealed that it was crafted with premium materials to complement the OnePlus 3.
The Bullets come fitted with an ARYPHAN polyarylate diaphragm, known for its light weight and high vibration frequency. It has an aluminium coil wrapped in high-end Japanese black copper that assures more consistent hearing experience. OnePlus has optimized tri-band tuning process by improving the range to deliver better bass, more delicate treble, and a smoother mid-range compared to the first Bullets earphones.
The in-ear chamber will weigh 2 grams. The highlight of the earphone is that the ear buds are made of silicon. The earbuds will be available in three sizes – Small, Medium, and Large. The cable length of Bullets V2 will be of sufficient length – 1.25 meters.
The earphones also feature a three-button inline remote that lets users pause a song or answer a call. The OnePlus Bullets V2 is available in Black and White variants. The company has stuck with a standard 3.5mm audio jack and not a USB Type-C jack, like the one used by LeEco’s CDLA headphones.
Bullets V2 will cover a frequency range of 20-20,000 Hz along with an optimal sound pressure level of 107dB. OnePlus has decided to include a 9mm dynamic driver in the upcoming earphones to make the sound reproduction better.
Bullets V2 has longer cable length and an impedance of 24 ohms as compared to Bullets V1 or Silver Bullets earphones. OnePlus has also patented the flat-wire design.
Overall, these are the simplest yet stylish looking earbuds in its price range. However, OnePlus has not revealed the price of the new earbuds. Expectedly, it should cost more than its predecessor, the Silver Bullets which was sold at USD 14.99.