This Wednesday (13) OnePlus made official a new cell phone model, the flagship OnePlus 9RT. Alongside him, the Chinese manufacturer also introduced to the Chinese market its new model of Bluetooth headset, the OnePlus Buds Z2. The device comes to stores with TWS design, that is, completely wireless, and has a battery for up to 38 hours of use.
Among the features present in the new wearable accessory, the active noise cancellation (ANC) stands out, which has isolation of up to 40 dB and has three microphones to help cancel out noise in phone calls. The wearable even comes with Bluetooth 5.2 support, 94 ms low-latency mode, and 11 mm dynamic drivers, which help improve bass quality. However, it only supports the AAC codec.
In terms of autonomy, the OnePlus Buds Z2 has a capacity of 40 mAh on each side, which offers a durability of up to 5 hours with the ANC turned on or 7 hours with the feature turned off. Its 520 mAh charging case can increase these durations to up to 27 and 38 hours, respectively. The brand also highlights that the Warp Charge quick charge still guarantees another 5 hours of music playback with a 10-minute charge of the case and headphones.
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Those with a OnePlus 7, 7 Pro or newer still have music playback support with Dolby Atmos technology, and the headset offers touch control to fast forward or rewind tracks, up and down the volume, or trigger the audio assistant. voice. Finally, the charging case is IPX4 certified against water damage, while the headphones themselves come with IP55 against dust and water.
Price and availability
The OnePlus Buds Z2 hits stores in the Chinese market for 499 yuan — about R$430 in direct conversion — on October 19th. It will be available in white and black and, so far, there is no forecast for launching the accessory on the global market.
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