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OnePlus’ third-generation TWS earbuds are a premium-looking bargain

By   Rini Dalvi

Date: Jul 24, 2021

OnePlus has recently unveiled the third generation of its truly wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds Pro, along with the new Nord 2 smartphone. These earbuds will be available in the U.S. and Canada from September 1, retailing at USD 149.99.

The OnePlus Buds Pro, which is also believed to be the most advanced listening device from the company, comes with some powerful features crammed inside.

These earbuds feature a luxurious two-tone design with a shiny chrome stem and a matte in-ear part, which are available in either matte black or white. However, the shape of the OnePlus Buds Pro is quite similar to that of the Air Pods Pro.

These earbuds also comprise smart noise cancellation, which will help in automatically adjusting the noise based on the user environment. The One Plus Buds Pro also supports Dolby Atmos audio.

Unlike the adaptive noise cancellation systems having fixed levels of noise cancellation properties, the One Plus Buds have a three-mic setup namely, Smart, Faint, and Extreme.

The Extreme mode can filter out up to 40 dB noise levels for an immersive listening experience, whereas the Faint mode’s tolerance is up to 25 dB. However, the Smart mode can automatically respond to the surrounding noises in the environment.

Also, the OnePlus Buds Pro comes with a Zen Mode Air which offers a sense of calmness to the users by offering white noises to stress reduction.

Another major strength of the Buds Pro is its battery life. The earbuds come with a premium upgraded battery which can last up to 38 hours. The earbuds can last 7 hours without ANC and 5 hours through a single charge.

Also, a 10-minute Warp Charge wired recharge of the earbuds will provide 10 hours of listening. The earbuds can also be charged using a Qi wireless charger.

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