OnePlus has launched a new USB Type-C version of its Bullets V2 earphones. The new OnePlus Type C Bullets earphones will be available with the company’s next device. Read more to find about OnePlus Type C Bullets Earphones Price In India and Features
Price and Availability
The new OnePlus Type C Bullets are priced in India at Rs 1,490. It will be available across online and offline channels. In the US, the new earphones are priced at $19.99 (same as the original Bullets V2).
- Minimal quality loss
- Professional DAC by Ciruss Logic
- Higher dynamic range
- Higher signal-to-noise ratio
- Low noise floor
- Aramid fiber wire
OnePlus claims that the new earphones offer a superior soundscape and a effective design. The Type C headphones ensure minimal loss of quality for a superior audio outcome (compared to the 3.5 mm audio jack). It comes with a built-in high-end, professional DAC by Ciruss Logic. Additional features include a higher dynamic range, higher signal-to-noise ratio, and low noise floor.
The new OnePlus Type C Bullets carry forward the metal design of the OnePlus Bullets V2. The company has added aramid fiber to the wire to make the Type C Bullets more durable and resistant to stretching. The new earphones are compatible with any Type C USB port.
OnePlus claims number of in-jack headphones has reduced over the last year (with majority switching to wireless headsets). The OnePlus Bullets Wireless come with magnetic switches and come with a price tag of Rs 3,990. The headphones also include the company’s Dash Charge technology and offer five hours of playback within 10 minutes of charge.
“OnePlus is again demonstrating its flexibility, offering options for different users by developing Type C Bullets to complement the already revered Bullets Wireless,” the company said in a statement.
Recently, the OnePlus co-founder confirmed that it would be ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack on the OnePlus 6T.
“We knew this was an option for a very long time, we were just waiting for the right time,” Pei said, as quoted by the website. The executive has also claimed that the removal of the jack has helped the company to “put more new technology” into the device and offer an “improved battery life,” said Carl Pei, co-founder, OnePlus.