OnePlus Reveals the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 and Warp Charge 30 Car Charger

OnePlus Reveals the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 and Warp Charge 30 Car Charger

Alongside the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus has also revealed two accessories designed to go with the latest and greatest the company has to offer. On the audio side, the company is offering a successor to their wireless earphones, simply dubbed the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2. They offer a number of great improvements over the originals, capitalizing on what worked and improving the things that weren’t perfect. Meanwhile, the Warp Charge 30 car charger does exactly what you think it does – it allows you to Warp Charge your OnePlus 7 Pro or OnePlus 6T McLaren edition in the car.


OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 is everything that you remember about their predecessors, with the bad bits removed. Warp Charge 30 support is included so that you can get ten hours of battery life from a ten-minute charge, the earpieces have been entirely redesigned to fit your ears better and the sound quality has been greatly improved thanks to a combination of hardware improvements and support for the Qualcomm aptX HD codec. OnePlus has increased the overall battery life to 14 hours in total too, all in the same form factor as last year’s model.

There’s even more in store on top of all that as well, as OnePlus has included a new quick switch button on the left-hand side of the earphones. When pressed, it’ll automatically reconnect your earphones to the last device it was paired to, meaning that you can, for example, pair your earphones to both your laptop and your phone and quickly switch between them.

Finally, the same turning off/on mechanism is here to stay. Simply magnetically connect the back of the earphones to each other to switch them off and then separate them to switch them back on again. They’ll reconnect back to your phone instantly with Bluetooth 5.0 technology, which should hopefully help prevent potential interference in busy areas where lots of Bluetooth devices are active. If you forget to charge them up before you go out for the day too, 10 minutes of Warp Charge 30 will give you roughly 10 hours of battery life.

In the box, you’ll get a number of ear tip replacements for different sizes along with a USB-C charging cable and a carry pouch. They work out of the box with OnePlus devices, with a notification getting displayed on your device when they’re in pairing mode. These earphones will launch for $99 and will be available from May 21st.

Warp Charge 30 Car Charger

While there wasn’t much demand for one due to the low amount of McLaren 6T’s sold, OnePlus has predicted a market need for a Warp Charge 30 car charger and is launching it at the same time as the OnePlus 7 Pro. It’ll charge your Pro at exactly the same speed you expect as if you were charging it in the wall, and it works pretty much the same as the regular Dash Charge car charger. Plug it in, it works. It will automatically enable driving mode by default, which turns on do not disturb mode and can be configured to open up an application automatically too. It also comes with a Warp Charge 30 cable. The car charger costs $50 and it will be available on Friday.

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