OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Launched in India @ INR 1,999

At the launch event of the OnePlus 8 smartphone series, the brand also introduced its Bullets Wireless Z Bluetooth earphones for $49.95 (INR 3,800). Now the brand has officially launched them in the Indian market with a price tag of INR 1,999, which makes them much more affordable when compared to the price in the US markets.

With a 9.2mm dynamic driver and super bass tone, the earphones provide convenient and easy pairing experience. The quick switch enables to seamlessly switch between two paired devices. The Signature magnetic control lets the user start the music by simply separating the two earbuds. The wireless earphones are sweat and water-resistant with an IP55 rating.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Launched in India @ INR 1,999

The Bullets Wireless Z earphones get a new design with a power button placed on the neckband which also has in-line volume, music/call controls. With a quick charge of only 10 minutes, it promises music playback for up to 10 hours, whereas the full charge provides up to 20 hours of battery life. It gets a USB Type-C Warp Charge technology. The earphones use Bluetooth Version 5.0 and they weigh just 28gms. The OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z are available in four colour options: Black, Blue, Mint, and Oat.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Launched in India @ INR 1,999

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Specs

  • 9.2mm dynamic driver and super bass tone
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Low Latency Mode reduces latency to 110ms
  • Weight: 28g
  • Button with Quick Switch, volume, skip tracks, phone calls, voice assistant
  • Magnetic control
  • Sweat and water-resistant (IP55)
  • Up to 20 hours of music playback
  • 10 minutes charge for 10 hours of audio with USB Type-C Warp charge

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OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Launched in India @ INR 1,999
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