OnePlus Bullets Wireless design and features

The earphones ship is a simple white box with a drawing of the Bullets Wireless on the cover. Inside, on the right half of the box, there’s a little compartment for the extra ear tips, wing tips, and a bright red silicone case below them. There’s a short USB Type-C charging cable included in the case too. The earphone itself gets its own intricate packaging, which is a bit of task to unpack. Instruction and warranty leaflets are also bundled here.

The neckband-style earphone is light and covered from head to toe in a soft, silicone coating. It feels slick and also makes it resilient to liquids. In fact, the Bullets Wireless is said to be sweat and water resistant even though it doesn’t have an official IP rating. On the left side of the neckband, we have an exposed USB Type-C port, a microphone, and a Bluetooth pairing/ power button. We would have liked a flap for the Type-C port for added protection against the elements, however OnePlus confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the port is water resistant too.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless design and features

The earphones ship is a simple white box with a drawing of the Bullets Wireless on the cover. Inside, on the right half of the box, there’s a little compartment for the extra ear tips, wing tips, and a bright red silicone case below them. There’s a short USB Type-C charging cable included in the case too. The earphone itself gets its own intricate packaging, which is a bit of task to unpack. Instruction and warranty leaflets are also bundled here.

The neckband-style earphone is light and covered from head to toe in a soft, silicone coating. It feels slick and also makes it resilient to liquids. In fact, the Bullets Wireless is said to be sweat and water resistant even though it doesn’t have an official IP rating. On the left side of the neckband, we have an exposed USB Type-C port, a microphone, and a Bluetooth pairing/ power button. We would have liked a flap for the Type-C port for added protection against the elements, however OnePlus confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the port is water resistant too.

The chambers for the ear buds are made of aluminium, with a glossy finish and red accents around the edges. The flat back also houses magnets, so the ear buds stick together when they’re around your neck. This also automatically pauses your music. You get an in-line remote along the left wire, which lets you control the volume and music playback.

Each ear bud of the Bullets Wireless feature a 9.2mm dynamic driver and something called an Energy Tube, which is a special housing for the driver that’s said to minimise reverb. The earphones use Bluetooth 4.1, which has of a range of 10 meters. It also supports Qualcomm’s aptX high resolution audio codec and a promise of an eight hour battery life. There’s also built-in Dash Charge technology, which is said to deliver around five hours of battery life with a 10 minute charge. The earphone is missing NFC for quick pairing and there’s no vibration motor in the neckband to alert you of incoming calls, a feature we’ve increasingly seen in neckband earphones.

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