OnePlus Bullets Wireless review

A less expensive interpretation of BeatsX headphones



The Good / The OnePlus Bullets Wireless fit serenely and safely, stable useful at the cost and accompany a decent conveying case. The buds follow attractively and your music stops naturally when you cut them together (and resumes when you pull them separated when utilized with the most recent OnePlus telephones).

The Bad / It might not have enough bass for a few people, and ought to incorporate an arrangement of additional huge tips in the container. It’s just satisfactory when utilized as a telephone headset.

The Bottom Line / The very much outlined OnePlus Bullets Wireless sounds great and merits considering regardless of whether you don’t have an OnePlus telephone.


Following the 2016 arrival of its generally welcomed Bullets V2 wired headphones, OnePlus has come back to the sound market with an arrangement of moderate Bluetooth headphones – the Bullets Wireless – declared close by the new OnePlus 6 telephone. They appear to take their outline prompts from Beats’ well known BeatsX headphones, yet they cost less ($69 or ¬£69, transporting in June) and seemingly stable somewhat better. (Regardless we’re sitting tight for Australian valuing yet that proselytes to about AU$90.)

Like the BeatsX, the Bullets Wireless have a quick charge include. These headphones charge by means of USB-C rather than Micro-USB, which considers inconceivably brisk charging – OnePlus says its quick charge highlight allows you 5 long periods of ceaseless sound from only 10 minutes of being connected to. (The BeatsX charges by means of Lightning and can allow you 2 long periods of sound from a 5-minute charge.)


Add up to battery life is evaluated at 8 hours at direct volume levels, which is genuinely not too bad, and to safeguard battery life, the headphones consequently turn off following 5 minutes of dormancy.

The other exceptional element OnePlus is touting identifies with how the earbuds attractively tie to each other. When they’re attractively cut together, your music stops; when they’re isolated, it resumes. In any case, the element just completely works with the OnePlus 5, OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 6 telephones, which is a disgrace.

When I tried the headphones with an iPhone X, my music paused when I cut the buds together, yet didn’t consequently continue when I isolated the buds. All things considered, I was viewing a video cut on the iPhone X through the telephone’s speakers, and when I isolated the buds, the headphones combined with the telephone and I heard sound through the buds.OnePlus says a future refresh will permit clients of the OnePlus 5, 5T and 6 telephones to answer calls by uncoupling the earbuds.


The headphones fit me easily and safely – they accompany three unique sizes of silicone tips and three distinct sizes of adjustment balances – yet I had one noteworthy issue: Even with the biggest estimated tip I couldn’t get a tight seal, so I needed to uncover a bigger arrangement of tips to get the correct fit. With this kind of headphones, in the event that you don’t get a tight seal, you lose a considerable measure of bass and the sound quality endures.

In general, I like the BeatsX’s plan somewhat better. The buds are littler and lighter and the BeatsX’s line configuration is somewhat better. In any case, it merits bringing up that the Bullets Wireless buds are processed from aluminum and have 9.2mm drivers. They’re sweat-safe however not waterproof and would do well as both a games earphone for the rec center or running and as an ordinary earphone.


With respect to sound, they’re one of the better sounding remote headphones for the cash. All things considered, in case you’re bass a darling, these may not be the headphones for you. They have a more impartial, adjusted sound profile. I mean the bass is a little less fatty and more etched. It’s great bass, it’s simply not genuine full. For example, Human by Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and That’s what I like by Bruno Mars felt like they did not have the instinctive effect that I’ve heard with different earphones.

On the other side, the earphone sounds more definite and exact than a great deal of the Bluetooth earphones in this value go. It’s most grounded with all around recorded tracks, with some pleasant shimmer in the treble and normal sounding midrange. At the end of the day, it’s a noteworthy earphone – especially for Bluetooth, which tends to make everything sound a touch dull.

For telephone calls, I thought they were OK, not awesome. Guests said I sounded slightly suppressed now and again. I think the BeatsX are marginally better in this office.

At last, I left away charmingly amazed by the OnePlus Bullets Wireless. Their sound profile won’t speak to everybody – and they may not fit ears that request XL tips – yet they have a ton to like for the cash. They’re worth considering regardless of whether you don’t have an OnePlus phone.



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