OnePlus Bullets Wireless review

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  • OnePlus Bullets Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date June 5, 2018

Critic Reviews


Android Central

Better headphones, bigger price

from Android Central

OnePlus hasn't messed with a good thing, maintaining the fundamentals of its excellent Bullets Wireless headphones while improving low-end performance, ramping up battery life, and adding support for Qualcomm's high-quality aptX HD codec.

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OnePlus hasn't messed with a good thing, maintaining the fundamentals of its excellent Bullets Wireless headphones while improving low-end performance, ramping up battery life, and adding support for Qualcomm's high-quality aptX HD codec.

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Android Headlines

Even at $69 these are hard to recommend

from Android Headlines

If you buy into the OnePlus narrative and want to remain part of the club, then buy them. They are cheap enough to make them OK for the money. However, if you are new to OnePlus or not particularly affiliated to the brand then you should avoid these earphones altogether. Not only are they cheap in price, but they are cheap in general.

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If you buy into the OnePlus narrative and want to remain part of the club, then buy them. They are cheap enough to make them OK for the money. However, if you are new to OnePlus or not particularly affiliated to the brand then you should avoid these earphones altogether. Not only are they cheap in price, but they are cheap in general.

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Sound Guys

A great-sounding pair of earbuds that support aptX and USB-C charging

from Sound Guys

If you want earbuds that connect seamlessly to your device, you’re going to want the Bullets ‘buds which support aptX for high-quality streaming. The neckband is flexible and lightweight, while the magnetic mechanism of the housings is useful for managing the cables when not in use.

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If you want earbuds that connect seamlessly to your device, you’re going to want the Bullets ‘buds which support aptX for high-quality streaming. The neckband is flexible and lightweight, while the magnetic mechanism of the housings is useful for managing the cables when not in use.

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Coach Mag

These wireless buds offer great value for runners and gym-goers

from Coach Mag

That’s not to say the Bullets are perfect, but they get all the fundamentals of a pair of sports headphones right. The fit is secure, the sound is good once you get the right fit, and the quick-charge function nets you five hours of juice (of the eight total available) after just ten minutes of charging.

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That’s not to say the Bullets are perfect, but they get all the fundamentals of a pair of sports headphones right. The fit is secure, the sound is good once you get the right fit, and the quick-charge function nets you five hours of juice (of the eight total available) after just ten minutes of charging.

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Android Authority

Cheaper BeatsX for Android

from Android Authority

If you're in need of wireless earbuds that automatically connect to your device, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless earbuds are it. The earbuds support aptX for high-quality audio streaming with minimal latency, and the neckband is comfortable and flexible. Plus, the magnetic housings are an effective...More

If you're in need of wireless earbuds that automatically connect to your device, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless earbuds are it. The earbuds support aptX for high-quality audio streaming with minimal latency, and the neckband is comfortable and flexible. Plus, the magnetic housings are an effective form of cable management when the earbuds aren't in use.

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What Hi-Fi

Fills a gap in the market – if you can get a good fit

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless are a solid option for those after the convenience of wireless headphones. While they’re not perfect, they are sonically competent – and the next step up from here is the Sennheiser Momentums at £170, so you’re getting a lot for your money. And they are easy to live with.

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The OnePlus Bullets Wireless are a solid option for those after the convenience of wireless headphones. While they’re not perfect, they are sonically competent – and the next step up from here is the Sennheiser Momentums at £170, so you’re getting a lot for your money. And they are easy to live with.

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Mobile Syrup

Value for days

from Mobile Syrup

While there are other compelling options at the $130 price point, it's hard to find a competing pair of Bluetooth headphones that matches the Bullet Wireless' feature list.

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While there are other compelling options at the $130 price point, it's hard to find a competing pair of Bluetooth headphones that matches the Bullet Wireless' feature list.

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Tech Advisor

Sounds mind blowing

from Tech Advisor

The Bullets Wireless are a decent option for neckbuds and OnePlus has done a good job with its first pair of wireless headphones. They're lightweight and comfortable and offer some nifty features including automatic play/pause via the magnetic connection. Getting good battery life from just a 10 minute Dash Charge will be a boon, too.

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The Bullets Wireless are a decent option for neckbuds and OnePlus has done a good job with its first pair of wireless headphones. They're lightweight and comfortable and offer some nifty features including automatic play/pause via the magnetic connection. Getting good battery life from just a 10 minute Dash Charge will be a boon, too.

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TechRadar

Average build, above average sound

from TechRadar

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless deliver bright audio, and does punch slightly above its weight. It has average build quality, but is definitely worth considering if Rs. 4000 is within your budget.

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The OnePlus Bullets Wireless deliver bright audio, and does punch slightly above its weight. It has average build quality, but is definitely worth considering if Rs. 4000 is within your budget.

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Firstpost

Good budget bluetooth earphones, but not for bass heads

from Firstpost

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless is a good pair of earphones with a neutral sound signature, albeit sibilant highs.

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The OnePlus Bullets Wireless is a good pair of earphones with a neutral sound signature, albeit sibilant highs.

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