OnePlus officially announces Pro noise cancelling earbuds
"OnePlus Buds Pro" in an event that also included the launch of the company's budget Nord 2. After a couple of generations of wireless earbuds, OnePlus has finally set its sights on the AirPods Pro — and the rest of the premium market.
The buds have a battery life of up to 10 hours (without noise cancelling) and 38 hours with the cover (ditto). The case may be charged wirelessly using third-party Qi pads, or the system can be charged for 10 hours in 10 minutes.
Adaptive noise cancellation, as a top-of-the-line feature of this product, uses a trio of onboard mics to filter out ambient sound up to 40 decibels. The technology, according to the business, outperforms more traditional active noise cancellation, which provides a fixed level of filtering. A pair of 11mm dynamic drivers power the buds, which also support Dolby Atmos.
Buds Pro will cost $150, putting them in line with the recently released Beats Studio Buds, as well as Google's Pixel Buds and Samsung's Galaxy Buds Pro.