OnePlus has already confirmed that the OnePlus Buds will launch during the OnePlus Nord launch event on July 21st, which is tomorrow, denoting the OnePlus’ first TWS earbuds. A lot of fans and tech enthusiasts are gunned up for the launch event announcement tomorrow.
Although the OnePlus Buds were leaked a couple of times online, we did not get to see the design until now. Yes, these pairs of TWS earphones are teased by leaksters and also seen on a video where the CEO of the company, Carl Pei was interviewed by popular YouTuber MKBHD aka Marques Brownlee.
For starters, the Chinese tech giant has just prodded a few highlights, including its features like quick charging, etc. But then again, it looks like the company may have accidentally revealed the entire design through an application.
Famous tipster Max Weinbach found various renders of the earbuds and charging case inside an OnePlus Buds APK file which was recently tossed in for the OnePlus 8 after the update. Well, this does seem like the company has accidentally included the package.
In the latest OnePlus 8 update, OnePlus added a OnePlus Buds apk with full res images of the OnePlus Buds. Here are the renders. pic.twitter.com/KJFskESIpN
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 19, 2020
Well, we have seen brands giving updates that are so pathetic to even mention. Among all that, this does not look like a major deal. As for the renders, the pictures show a charging case that looks really like that of the Vivo’s TWS earbuds, down to the green light though on the opposite side of the case, singular button, and similar shape.
You can take a look at the Vivo TWS Neo buds here.
Android Police did dig deep into the application and discovered great features like which we have never seen in any of the TWS. For instance, live translation feature, noise cancellation control. Other features also include the Quick Pairing and etc. All this is backed by Dolby Atmos and support.
Throw in these previously mentioned highlights with recently promoted perseverance of more than seven hours or 30 hours utilizing the charging case and quick charging capacities, and you have a fairly fascinating pair of genuine remote earbuds. We’ll have to hold up until tomorrow for its pricing and other information.
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