OnePlus launches its most affordable wireless headphones in India

OnePlus has launched its first Nord hearable in India called the OnePlus Nord Buds. Along with the true wireless earbuds, the company has also launched the OnePlus 10R and the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G smartphones in the country. The new OnePlus earbuds come with support for Dolby Atmos and Dolby’s spatial audio technology that emulates 3D audio effects from a typical surround sound system when consuming content.
OnePlus Nord Buds: Price and availability
OnePlus Nord Buds come with a price tag of Rs 2,799 and they can be purchased in Black Slate and White Marble colour options. The true wireless earbuds will go on sale starting May 10. It will be available online on Amazon.in and the OnePlus online store in the country.
OnePlus Nord Buds: Key features
OnePlus Nord Buds come with 12.4 mm titanium dynamic drivers that promise to offer rich bass output and sharp treble. The true wireless earbuds are equipped with 4 microphones for filtering out unwanted background noise during calls. Moreover, the Nord Buds leverage AI-powered noise reduction algorithms and have a mechanical design to reduce the noise of wind blowing, allowing you to make crystal clear calls.
The OnePlus Nord Buds come with an IP55 rating which makes it water and sweat-resistant.
Additionally, the earbuds have a sweat-resistant hydrophobic nano-coating that protects them against corrosion.
The true wireless earbuds from OnePlus come with Bluetooth v5.2 and ultra-low latency as low as 94 ms. OnePlus users can take advantage of the OnePlus Fast Pair to instantly connect the Nord buds to their device. Those without a OnePlus smartphone can download the HeyMelody app on other Android devices.
The smartphone claims that the OnePlus Nord Buds can deliver 30 hours of combined playback on a single charge with the charging case. The earbuds also support Flash Charge which provides 5 hours of audio playback after just 10 minutes of charging.

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