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OnePlus Buds Pro take on the AirPods Pro for $100 less

OnePlus Buds Pro take on the AirPods Pro for $100 less

OnePlus's new active noise canceling truly wireless Buds Pro are now formally A Thing — but not a thing you can get right now. They promise to muffle up to 40dB of noise, pipe sound courtesy of two 11mm drivers, support Dolby Atmos and Bluetooth 5.2 (with latency as low as 94ms), last for up to 38 hours with the bundled charging case, and they fast charge up to 10 hours of playtime off just a 10-minute charge. That's a decent list of specs, and the nearly rock-bottom price of $150 could be a good value — if they work well.

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The OnePlus Nord 2 looks like an even better value than the original — assuming you can even buy one

The OnePlus Nord 2 looks like an even better value than the original — assuming you can even buy one

After all the usual leaks and rumors, the next entry to OnePlus' budget Nord line has been officially announced. As with the original Nord and the recent Nord CE, the Nord 2 5G won't be making its way to the US. But for those of you in Europe and elsewhere, it's an intriguing smartphone, the first by OnePlus to be powered by a MediaTek chipset, the exclusive Dimensity 1200-AI.

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OnePlus Buds Pro will borrow a lot of inspiration from the AirPods Pro

OnePlus Buds Pro will borrow a lot of inspiration from the AirPods Pro

In its typical fashion, OnePlus has started to talk about its upcoming products that are being announced on July 22. This time it's not about the Nord 2, it's the Buds Pro, and they seem all set to compete with the AirPods Pro.

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OnePlus is making a 'Pro' earbud, and you can apply to test it early

OnePlus is making a 'Pro' earbud, and you can apply to test it early

OnePlus has just announced that it's working on a "Pro" version of its earbuds, seemingly following up on last year's OnePlus Buds and Buds Z. A release date for the new OnePlus Buds Pro or "Buds Pro Edition" (it's called both) wasn't mentioned in the announcement, but a handful of lucky testers can apply to check them out early. Applications close July 17th.

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