Finally the confirmation arrives that all the fans of the OnePlus brand have been waiting for a long time: OnePlus Buds will arrive on July 21st.
OnePlus Buds arriving on July 21st
The first pair of true wireless headphones of the Chinese giant will be revealed on the same day that OnePlus Nord will see the light of the sun, during an AR event that users can follow from their smartphone by downloading the OnePlus Nord AR application on the Play Store and on the App Store.
“With the new OnePlus Buds, we are further expanding our portfolio of products that offer our users a burdenless experience – he has declared Pete Lau, founder and CEO of OnePlus. Our users are looking for the right combination of great sound quality, smooth and seamless connectivity and an easy user experience. This is exactly what the OnePlus Buds will offer“.
Meanwhile, a photo leak of the prototype allows us to discover the probable design of OnePlus Buds, of which we know to be designed to offer quality audio reproduction even during movement. From the image it is possible to notice a headphone design similar to that of the first two generations of Apple AirPods, while the charging case seems to take some from that of Google Pixel Buds 2.
OPPO ready to reveal 125 W charging
If IQOO has in mind to bring the fast charging to 120 W as soon as possible, we certainly cannot say that OPPO stands at the window looking impassively at the progress made by its competitors. In these hours the Chinese company relies on its Twitter account to launch a teaser about the arrival of technology that will allow the fast charging at 125 W For the day 15th of July.
If you don’t like waiting to charge, the wait is almost over. 👀 #FlashForward pic.twitter.com/Uq54uJEphQ
– OPPO (@oppo) July 13, 2020
OPPO is already known on the market because of the SuperVOOC technology where, on OPPO Find X2 Pro, it allows you to recharge the 4260 mAh battery in just 40 minutes. In this case we are talking about 65 W fast charging, therefore we are led to believe that the 125 W version will be able to charge batteries of the same size in a matter of minutes.
Obviously we expect that the 125 W fast charge will be accompanied by a particular system heat dissipation, the main enemy of battery longevity.