This earbud is great; battery wise, design-wise, audio-quality wise, price wise in pretty much most aspects this earbud has overseen other brands. These buds aren't something such as Apple which charge will you a bomb and give you great quality as well as design. In contrast, these buds are also not something such as Realme that will be extremely cheap but will give you below average quality. This is a rare kind that offers a cheap as well as a world-class design, spec earbud.
• Battery life: 37 hours of charge or 420 mAh power exactly. 7 hours with the earbuds independently, 30 hours with the help of the case. 10 hours of playback time in 10 minutes charge (according to oneplus.com ). • Design: One plus has made its own character using the steel rings on the outside; looking a bit more aesthetic. Leave alone, but the colours should've have been further vibrant on the case at least. In-ear, the buds perform excellent with its ergonomic fit and cushioning. The weight on aggregate is approximately 50 grams which are considerably light in distinction to the Airpods or Skullcandy indy Evo. • Audio: Audio is supported with great noise cancellation, a 13.4 mm driver, as well Dolby Atmos 3D stereo. Super-low latency to is here. • Price: One plus has offered one the best deals on such quality; Selling at $70. It is a bank for the buck rating (Interestingly, One plus' USB-C fast charger is included in the package). • Durability: These earbuds are manufactured out of plastic and they retain the standard durability comparatively. But importantly, the IPX4 rating (according to one plus lab tests) makes the buds water-resistant, in discrepancy the case isn't. So....we can't entirely say it is protected as the case plays a considerable role.
This makes it ahead of its eternity and we honestly believe that One plus' reputation will be increased with this release.