It is expected that the OnePlus Buds Z wireless earphones will be released together with OnePlus 8T on October 14, and the main specifications of the earphones have been leaked online before the release. The true wireless headset may be an affordable version of OnePlus Buds. As of now, little is known about OnePlus Buds Z, the company only shares that they have IP55 dust and water resistance. The leaked specifications of these headphones indicate that they will also be equipped with 10mm drivers and have audio driven by Dolby Atmos.
OnePlus Buds Z wireless specifications (expected)
According to a tweet The OnePlus wireless headset launched by well-known technical expert Mukul Sharma will soon be called OnePlus BudsZ. They will have 10mm drivers and 3D stereo audio driven by Dolby Atmos. It is said that they can provide 20 hours of playback on a single charge, and have fast charging support, which can provide 3 hours of playback within 10 minutes of charging time. It is said that OnePlus Buds Z supports Qualcomm Quick Pair technology and has Bluetooth 5.0.
The prompter also shared a special edition variant of the OnePlus Buds Z designed by California artist Steven Harrington, which will be launched alongside the regular version.
Last week, another well-known salesman, Ishan Agarwal, shared a rendering of OnePlus Buds Z and some specifications. It is said that the headset comes with silicone sports earplugs. The charging case may be slightly thinner than the charging case that comes with the OnePlus Buds, and the OnePlus Buds Z headset can be installed horizontally. It is expected to provide two colors of black, gray and white.
Agarwal (Agarwal) said that the charging box will provide an additional 15 hours of playback time for the headset. He also hinted that the headset will be equipped with dual microphones, each weighing 4.35 grams.
OnePlus Buds Z will be unveiled with OnePlus 8T at a virtual event at 7:30 this evening. It will be streamed on OnePlus World and YouTube.
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