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OnePlus Concept One to feature 'invisible camera' thanks to color-shifting glass (Updated)

OnePlus turns 6 today, and it's come a long way since its first budget flagship killer. We now get four phones from the Chinese brand each year, including higher-specced Pro models, but we've not yet had the pleasure of a OnePlus concept phone — until now.

To celebrate its 6th anniversary, OnePlus has announced the forthcoming announcement (yep, that's a thing now) of its first concept device at next month's CES 2020 trade show. A special event will be held at the Wynn Las Vegas from January 7 to 10 where the experimental phone will be shown off in all its supposed glory.

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JLab announces a pair of $29 true wireless earbuds with Bluetooth 5 and up to five hours of battery life

Yesterday, we covered the launch of Klipsch's prohibitively expensive $1000 McLaren true wireless earbuds, but not everyone in the audio industry is moving pricing in this direction. Budget audio company JLab has just introduced the low-cost $29 Go Air true wireless buds — for the price, they're pretty impressive.

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Klipsch unveils a set of true wireless earbuds that costs $1,000

Ever since Apple released the AirPods, the market for wireless earbuds and other Bluetooth-equipped headphones has exploded. It comes as no surprise then that US audio specialist Klipsch wants to expand its portfolio of these following the launch of the excellent T5 earbuds last year. The company will introduce revised versions of the T5 with active noise cancellation during CES, as well as a more expensive T10 version and an unnamed over-ear set of ANC headphones. Thanks to a partnership with McLaren, its most expensive earbuds will end up costing as much as a smartphone at $1000. A new soundbar will also deliver some form of Google Assistant support to your living room.

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