OnePlus Bullets wireless earphones announced

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We have embedded the Livestream for you right here so that you can learn about what OnePlus has to launch this year.

In a room packed with journalists and 1,000 lucky fans, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, revealed the firm's new flagship to the world.

With the addition of Qualcomm's X20 LTE modem, which in the case of the OnePlus 6 supports both 4X4 MIMO and 256QAM, and the phone's new glass body, OnePlus is promising Gigabit download speeds, a first for a OnePlus device.

OnePlus 6, which will sport a glass back look, is also expected to have an aluminium frame with Corning Gorilla Glass.

The OnePlus 6 features a 16-megapixel (RGB) rear camera sensor with f/1.7 aperture, 1.22 um 1.22um, OIS, EIS, LED Flash PDAF, coupled with a 20-megapixel (Monochrome) sensor offering 720p slow-mo video recording at 480fps and 1080p at 240fps. Other notable features that are likely to be incorporated on the OnePlus' next flagship device are speaker at the bottom, USB Type C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, fingerprint sensor at the rear and much more.

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Magnetically clamping them together turns the set off.

OnePlus claims that the Bullets Wireless support Fast Charge capabilities. This is a completely new product from OnePlus. However, German tech site WinFuture discovered a listing for the device on, which corroborated several rumours about the device. The front camera also does face unlocking in 0.4s. The listed release data for the device was 22 May, with an entry price of €519 for the 64GB version, moving up to €569 for the larger-capacity 128GB model. The 16MP sensor has f/1.7 aperture along with Optical Image Stabilisation for more stable videos.

The headphones are also water-resistant and feature fins to keep them in place during a workout. The company mentioned these Bluetooth earphones to come with large drivers and something called energy tubes for delivering a better experience. Yes, it has more RAM, but the lack of a microSD slot, the slightly bloated width, and the superfluous dual camera make it feel like it was created to compete somewhere else rather than here. All in all, the OnePlus 6 is well manufactured. After the global launch, the handset will release in China at 10 AM CST. The unveiling at London's Copper Box arena this evening follows months of rumours, as well as a healthy sprinkling of leaks, and confirms much of what had been suspected about the Chinese manufacturer's new Android flagship. Tickets cost £16 and not only grant entry to the event, but also guarantee a "swag bag" full of branded items. I would have liked to see OnePlus slim things up a bit. You all can watch the whole live stream on YouTube by following their official channel, or you can visit the official website of the company.

To that end, the OnePlus 6 comes kitted out with Snapdragon's latest-and-greatest Snapdragon 845 CPU, paired with an Adreno 630 GPU and a hefty 8GB RAM. In the U.S you can directly buy from the OnePlus store since the device is sold directly without any carrier bundling. That said, you're getting a lot of phone for the price in 2018. New in this version are navigation gestures similar to what we're seeing in Android P. There are also under-the-hood optimizations to make the overall experience faster.

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