Magnetic housings control play/pause
Quick charging


Battery life

Bottom Line
OnePlus Bullets Wireless
by OnePlus

If you're in need of wireless earbuds that automatically connect to your device, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless earbuds are it. The earbuds support aptX for high-quality audio streaming with minimal latency, and the neckband is comfortable and flexible. Plus, the magnetic housings are an effective form of cable management when the earbuds aren't in use.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless A top-down image of the earbuds and the neckband.

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless design mimics that of the more expensive BeatsX.

The contentious OnePlus 6T rumor mill continues to churn, spitting out word of an in-display fingerprint sensor in lieu of a headphone jack. Rather than focusing directly on the anticipated flagship, we turn our attention to the scarce, aptX-supported OnePlus Bullets Wireless.

Read SoundGuys’ in-depth review

What are the earbuds like?

Editor's Pick

The aluminum alloy housings look nice but sport a dubious build; the right earbud panel of our review unit dislodged itself, and I used tape to remedy this. Once the earbuds were reconstructed, the auto-play and pause controls worked flawlessly.

While OnePlus states that listeners can run but not swim with the earbuds, I was cautious about exercising in them because the OnePlus warranty states that the company “makes no guarantees” about water-resistance and that liquid damage isn’t covered.

While you can exercise in it, OnePlus’ warranty doesn’t cover liquid damage.

Although these look like a copy of iOS-compatible BeatsX, the sound reproduction benefits from greater clarity and a more neutral bass response. Again, to dive into how the response affects the sound signature, read the full review.

Should you buy the OnePlus Bullets Wireless?

OnePlus Bullets Wireless review: The USB-C cable inserted into the neckbud input.

By charging for 10 minutes via the included USB Type-C cable, listeners are afforded five hours of playback.

Yes, if you’re a OnePlus user who isn’t bothered by the fact that the OnePlus 6T is lacking a headphone jack. It’s just $69 and the aptX compatibility is a huge plus and allows for CD-like streaming quality. That said, the durability is disappointing and it’s a hard product to come by, but if you happen upon it when it’s in stock, grab it because it sells faster than hot-cakes.

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