OnePlus' rumored wireless earphones dubbed the Bullets Wireless Z made the rounds on the web for the first time last week, thanks to a leak by Ishan Agarwal, who claimed that the accessory would be an entirely new product instead of being a successor to the Bullets Wireless 2. And these are rumored to be more affordable than the older model which costs $99.
Today, Agarwal shared more bits of information regarding the Bullets Wireless Z. According to the leakster, the earphones' battery will last up to 20 hours on a full charge. In addition, the device will supposedly feature OnePlus' Warp Charge technology. In contrast, a full charge of the Bullets Wireless 2 can get you up to 14 hours of music playback.
Exclusive: #OnePlus is launching Bullets Wireless Z earphones very soon and here are its key features.— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) April 6, 2020
Expect Warp Charging and 20 hours (!!) of Battery Life along with low latency and water resistance.
For more features and specs, go to: https://t.co/vdDwvScdbL pic.twitter.com/KpkQmhRtPv
Additionally, a 10-minute charge of the earphones can provide up to 10 hours of battery life, the rumor says. Other rumored highlights of the accessory include an IP55 certification for protection against dust and water splash. The Bluetooth latency is also claimed to be 110ms, which spells a relatively shorter delay in audio signal transmission to your ears. There's no word on their release, but these are said to be coming in four color variants: black, white, blue and green.