OnePlus started the year off strong, releasing its OnePlus 11 smartphone, which is already considered one of the best Android smartphones on the market in 2023. Now, it’s set to introduce its latest wireless earbuds, the Nord Buds 2, which are set to make their debut. Once on April 4th.
While the Nord Buds 2 may not be the most exciting earbuds on the market, if the company’s previous release in the series is any indication, they could end up being one of the best affordable wireless earphones to be released this year. In terms of specifics, we really don’t have much, since the company has been very quiet about its upcoming release. But the company did share that the new device will have a 12.4mm titanium dynamic driver, which should deliver excellent sound quality, offering “thumping bass and treble.”
In addition to the small details about the earphones, the company has shown off an image of the headset in a new tweet, and quite frankly, it looks really good. There is nothing surprising in its appearance, as it appears to be very similar to its predecessor, with a short, short build. With that said, it still manages to look stylish but not cheap. Thankfully, we won’t have to wait long for the full details, with the release date set to only be a few weeks from now.
While we await the upcoming earphones, OnePlus also has the OnePlus Pad Android tablet, along with its own mechanical keyboard, which has yet to be released to retail. Although no information is available on the keyboard version, pre-orders for the tablet are scheduled to start from April 19th. Currently, his OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Buds Pro 2 are available for sale. Moreover, the company is offering a worry-free return period for its smartphone, giving those who purchase the device, a 100-day return period.
The OnePlus 11 is the company’s return to form, offering an almost flagship experience for less than Samsung is charging.
OnePlus Buds Pro 2
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 deliver great sound quality thanks to dual MelodyBoost drivers, spatial audio, improved ANC, and more.
source: OnePlus (Twitter)
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