The most anticipated phones from OnePlus, namely OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro has finally been launched. During an online event, Oneplus launched the two devices. But the event was not only about those two devices. Alongside OnePlus 8 series, the company also unveiled its latest OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z. The new earphones from OnePlus come with a better battery than its predecessor. Let’s dive into the specs of the earphones as well as the expected price in Nepal.
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Overview
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z is the successor of the 2019 OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2. The company first introduced the bullets Wireless back in 2018 alongside OnePlus 6 followed by Bullets Wireless 2 in 2019. The Bullets Wireless Z like its predecessors is a neckband style earphones but with better hardware.
Earphones Driver and Controls
Drivers are the main working part of the earphones. Drivers are the small speakers that convert electrical signals to sound. OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z comes with a 9.2mm dynamic driver in each of the earbuds. Not only that, but the company has also included a super bass tone in the earphones for the awesome listening experience. The earphones have a rich sound and superior tonality.
One problem that many neckband style earphones face is the weight of the earphones. Due to heavyweight, many neckband style earphones tend to fall off from your ears. But Oneplus Bullets Wireless Z is light. Coming at just 28 grams, users don’t have to worry about the earphones falling.
As for the control, the earphones have magnets on the back of the earphones. When attached together, the earphones are disabled and the music is paused. And as soon as you separate the earphones and put it in your ears the paused music starts playing. And as for the buttons the earphones have Quick Switch, volume, skip the track, phone calls, voice assistant. The Quick switch button can be used to switch between paired devices, volume buttons to change volume levels as well as skip tracks and the center button to receive phone calls and summon voice assistance.
Battery and others
The Oneplus Bullets Wireless Z works on Bluetooth 5 and is able to connect to a device up to 33ft or 10 meters away. The earbuds also come with low latency mode. One thing that has improved significantly than its predecessor is its battery endurance. According to the company, the new Bullets Wireless Z will last for 20 hours in a full charge. Charging it won’t be a hassle too. The earphone supports Warp charging enabling it to rapidly charge in a short amount of time. OnePlus says 10 minutes of charge will give you 10 hours of playback time. The bullets Wireless Z is also IP55 rated making it resistant against sweat and water damage.
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Specs
|Release date||April 14, 2020|
|Battery life||Up to 20 hours|
|Driver||9.2mm Dynamic driver|
|Charging||USB Type-C with Warp Charge support, 10 minutes charge for 10 hours of audio playback|
|Range||up to 33ft (10m)|
|Colors||Blue, Black, Mint, Oat|
|In the box||Pair of Bullets Wireless Z x 1
User guide x 1
Silicon earbuds x 3
Safety and Warranty card x 1
USB charging cable x 1
|OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Price in Nepal||NPR. 7500|
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Price in Nepal
The OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z comes with a price tag of $49.95 which is approximately equivalent to NPR. 6100. And as for OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z price in Nepal, we expect the earphones to be priced around NPR. 7500.
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