OnePlus is prepared to dispatch its first pair of genuine wireless earbuds soon, and it appears its following Apple’s lead concerned.
OnePlus’ earbuds, purportedly called Pods, aren’t as persuading as the best phony AirPods, however the likeness is positively there.
Pods renders uncover stems connected to ovular buds in both white and black assortments. As per a special teaser from Twitter client Max J the new copycats are coming in July.
Max J shared the supposed advertising material in May, however we haven’t heard much since. OnePlus has gained notoriety for making estimable earphones to match with its cell phones like the OnePlus 8 Pro, so we’ve been anxiously hanging tight for what its first pair of genuine wireless ones would offer.
Today, Max J posted another picture of Pods in a black variation that look less like AirPods than the break from May and increasingly like the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2. We additionally get a decent gander at what the accusing case could like of a bended and smaller structure.
9to5Google said Max J’s intel on Pods probably won’t be as exact as his past breaks, so it’s potential Pods won’t this way. All things considered, there is sufficient proof to trust OnePlus is attempting to put up wireless earbuds for sale to the public to contend with the AirPods.
On the off chance that OnePlus can convey AirPods-level sound quality at a lower value, at that point Apple’s audio division could have motivation to be stressed.
At any rate until the arrival of AirPods Studio or AirPods 3. We don’t think enough about the specs of OnePlus Pods or Apple’s planned earphone items to know without a doubt yet.
It’s conceivable that OnePlus is wanting to make a big appearance Pods, or whatever the wireless earbuds are called, tomorrow nearby the mid-go OnePlus Nord cell phone. On the off chance that that is the situation Max J’s past discharge date data could reflect real accessibility, which, similar to the OnePlus Nord, would be July.
We’ll know in under 24 hours whether these Pods leaks are real, and whether the new buds are prepared to turn into a definitive OnePlus adornment.
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