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The upcoming OnePlus Buds Z specification leaks

The upcoming OnePlus event will take place on October 14 for the official announcement of the OnePlus 8T 5G phone and the company’s wireless OnePlus Buds Z headset, and today there are three-dimensional images to show the design of this version with the specifications of the headset before the official announcement.

The latest 3D images of the OnePlus Buds Z headset came on Ishan Agarwal’s page, to provide a clearer look at the design of this version, which includes a 10mm drive, and also includes Dirac Audio Tuner technology and Dolby Atmos to improve the audio experience.

The OnePlus Buds Z headset also supports IP55 standards for water and dust resistance, and the weight of each side of the speaker reaches 4.35 grams, but the leaks do not explain the battery capacity so far, while the leaks indicate that the headset will support a charging life of up to 5 hours, and an additional 15 hours via Charging case.

Also, the OnePlus Buds Z headset is scheduled to support fast charging technology, where you can charge the headset for 10 minutes to get a charging life of 3 hours of playback.

OnePlus also offers the OnePlus Buds Z headset with a distinctive silicone design at the head of the headphone, which would support passive noise cancellation, and it also comes with a long leg design, and dual microphones.

And the leaks indicate that the OnePlus Buds Z headset will launch with a good pricing level compared to the OnePlus Buds headphone that was presented in July.

Recall that the leaks also confirm that OnePlus will present during the event a distinctive headphone with a wire or ribbon design surrounding the neck, which will be known as the Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition, as this version is expected to come with an amplifier at a higher level than the OG Wireless Z headset.

The Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition is scheduled to come with a 9.2 mm engine, supports Bluetooth 5.0, and comes with a battery that supports a charging life of up to 17 hours, with support for fast charging technology as well.

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