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The next earbuds from OnePlus will probably look just like you'd expect

The next earbuds from OnePlus will probably look just like you'd expect

Last year's OnePlus Buds Z came in at a super low price — fifty bucks! — and offered decent sound quality and a comfortable fit. As you'd probably expect with a price so low, they didn't include any advanced features. OnePlus added ANC and wireless charging to its premium Buds Pro, but at a pretty massive markup over the original pair. If you've had your eye out for some new affordable earbuds, the company's next pair might be a perfect match between price and performance.

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OnePlus might launch a cheaper version of the OnePlus Buds Pro

OnePlus might launch a cheaper version of the OnePlus Buds Pro

OnePlus recently released the OnePlus Buds Pro. Despite not being the company's first true wireless earbuds (that title goes to the OnePlus Buds and the OnePlus Buds Z), it's still the most premium of its lineup and the first to actually ship with active noise cancellation (ANC). But at $150, it can also cost a little bit too much for some people. And cheaper earbuds, like the Nothing Ear 1 coming in at $99 with full ANC support, might prove to be sufficiently good to steal OnePlus' thunder. But OnePlus might launch a cheaper version of the OnePlus Buds Pro soon.

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OnePlus Buds Z review: $50 and very okay

OnePlus Buds Z review: $50 and very okay

Good true wireless earbuds are getting cheap in a hurry. You can still spend hundreds for fancy features like ANC if you want, but you don't have to break the bank to get decent sound. OnePlus's first true wireless earbuds, the succinctly named Buds, were a great value at $80. The OnePlus Buds Z take it a step further — for just 50 bucks, these earbuds might lack polish, but they deliver on fundamentals.

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OnePlus Buds are failing left and right

OnePlus Buds are failing left and right

The OnePlus Buds might be great cheap Apple AirPods alternatives, but of course, that's only true when they actually work. It seems that many people who have purchased the $80 earbuds are experiencing a strange defect leaving the left earpiece completely silent, with no way to recover it. Affected customers are encouraged to exchange their Buds under warranty, though it looks like new units aren't immune to the issue, either.

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$1 OnePlus Buds sell out within seconds

$1 OnePlus Buds sell out within seconds

Yesterday, OnePlus got us all hot and bothered with the promise of $1 OnePlus buds in a flash sale today. Well, that sale started at 11 a.m. Eastern time this morning — and ended by 11:01. As expected, stock went fast. If you were able to get a pair, congratulations! They're very good earbuds for one dollar. If you missed out, you'll have another chance later today.

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HeyMelody, OnePlus Buds companion app, surfaces for non-OnePlus phones

HeyMelody, OnePlus Buds companion app, surfaces for non-OnePlus phones

It's been a few months since OnePlus released its first pair of truly wireless earbuds. The OnePlus Buds are pretty solid for the most part, but their lack of customization with older OnePlus and non-OnePlus devices has held them back. Last month, we learned more details about a companion app that would expand the functionality of OnePlus Buds to more devices. Today, it looks like the app itself has surfaced — although it's not exactly what we expected.

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OnePlus Buds are on sale for only $59 right now ($20 off)

OnePlus Buds are on sale for only $59 right now ($20 off)

OnePlus released its first pair of wireless earbuds this summer. Normally retailing for $79, we found that they offer surprisingly good sound for the price. Now the buds are slipping into impulse buy territory with savings of $20 from Amazon and other online retailers, making them a mere $59.

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OnePlus Buds Z renders show up in teardown — US Customs already salivating

OnePlus Buds Z renders show up in teardown — US Customs already salivating

OnePlus may launch a cut-price sequel to its first true wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds, when it debuts the OnePlus 8T next week. Image files recovered from a anonymously-shared proprietary APK show off what is being called the OnePlus Buds Z as a slimmer version of their progenitor. There's also word of a new OnePlus Bullets product as well.

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More info about the upcoming standalone OnePlus Buds app surfaces

More info about the upcoming standalone OnePlus Buds app surfaces

OnePlus’s first truly wireless Buds do look like AirPods knockoffs, which even got them into trouble recently, but their price-to-performance ratio was pretty much on point. One of their bigger caveats is that you need a OnePlus phone even for basic customizations, leaving out a big chunk of non-OnePlus users. The company is preparing to fix that at last by releasing a dedicated app for the OnePlus Buds.

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OnePlus Buds gray color option finally available in the US

OnePlus Buds gray color option finally available in the US

OnePlus released its first truly-wireless earbuds back in July, and they earned an 8.5/10 in our review for offering good sound quality and a robust (if not entirely original) design. The buds were originally only available in white, not counting the limited edition blue-and-yellow color scheme, but now you can also buy them in gray.

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