OnePlus Bullets V2 headphones launched at Rs 1,199

OnePlus Bullets V2 headphones have been officially launched in India at a price of Rs 1,199.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: November 8, 2016 8:37 am
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OnePlus Bullets V2 headphones have been officially launched in India by the company. The price for the Bullets V2 is Rs 1,199 and these are available on OnePlus India Store for purchase. OnePlus says these headphones are designed for optimising audio experience on the OnePlus 3 smartphone.

The in-ear Bullets V2 headphone come with an improved design, and OnePlus says they have a dusting of Zircon Sand sprayed on the earbuds for a more stylish look and feel.  The headphones also come with the three-button in-line remote control for those listening to music, taking calls on the smartphone. OnePlus claims that by removing the Mic signal from the channels, the quality of phone calls is also significantly improved.

In terms of specifications, the Bullets V2 headphones have an impedance of 24Ω, a frequency range of 20 – 20,000Hz and a sound press level of 107dB. The cable length is 1.25m and the wire core material is enamelled copper wire, while the coil material is copper-clad aluminum. The driver unit diameter is 9mm in size, which is standard.

OnePlus’ Bullets V2 headphones come in Silver and White colour options, but are already out of stock on the company’s India store.

OnePlus has also launched a gold-coloured variant of its flagship killer OnePlus 3 smartphone. The gold-variant is also priced at Rs 27,999, and comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, 6GB RAM, a 5.5-inch SAMOLED display with 1080p resolution. The rear camera is 16MP while the front camera is 8MP. OnePlus 3 has a 3600 mAh battery with support for the company’s faster Dash charging.

OnePlus has so far denied reports it will launch a mid-range flagship like it with the OnePlus X last year. The company is sticking with its policy of one flagship, and building an ecosystem of accessories around it.