In recent years, many companies have launched their flagship wireless headphones, and OnePlus is no exception. This company unveiled its $150 OnePlus Buds Pro last year, and with the features provided by these earbuds, it was able to attract the favorable opinion of many users. Now, however, it seems that this company is developing a new version of these AirPods, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2, and some whistleblowers have revealed the specifications of this new product. released its phones

In this regard, the famous technology whistleblower "Onleaks" in collaboration with the website "PriceBaba" shared some technical specifications of OnePlus Buds Pro 2 on Twitter, according to which this The wireless headphones will be a very powerful replacement for the OnePlus Buds Pro. It is said that the new wireless headphones will be equipped with dual 11mm and 6mm drivers, LHDC 4.0 codec support, and active noise cancellation (ANC).

Actually, according to the disclosure of this source, artificial intelligence Buds Pro 2 can check the sound of the space around the user and reduce it live. This feature can allow the earbuds to adjust ANC according to the amount of noise in the environment. In fact, users can have a deeper experience of music without disturbing others. Also, this new OnePlus wireless headphone will be equipped with three microphones that will record the sound in the environment up to 45 decibels and remove disturbing sounds. With active noise canceling (ANC) enabled, the watch offers charging time to users, which can be extended to 22 hours by using the charging case of this product. If the active noise cancellation feature is disabled, this wireless headphone lasts up to 8 hours, and by using the charging case, users can use the Buds Pro 2 for up to 38 hours.

For comparison, we should mention that OnePlus Buds offer 5 hours of active noise canceling and 28 hours of charging using the charging case. Meanwhile, the same headphones without active noise canceling 7 and using a charging case last up to 38 hours. OnePlus usually does not release its products without the ability to support wireless charging, and accordingly, the case of this product is expected to provide 10 hours of music playback with 10 minutes of charging. Meanwhile, users can enjoy 3 hours of music playback by charging these headphones for 10 minutes.

Other rumored features of OnePlus Buds Pro 2 include support for wireless charging, Bluetooth version 5.2, very fast connection, 69 ms audio delay, and IP55 certification. Apparently, support for Dolby Atmos sound will also be built into this wireless headphone so that users can have a closer connection with the music being played and enjoy listening to it. This new OnePlus product will be launched in three colors: black, green and white. Official information about its price has not yet been published by OnePlus, but it is said that it is not much different from the price of 150 dollars of its previous generation.

  • OnePlus has unveiled its economical AirPods called Nord Buds CE.



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