OnePlus 6 will soon be launched, and it may come with a little something to surprise users. It seems that the sequel to the well-known OnePlus Bullets V2 headphones might be included with OnePlus 6 as they’ve just been spotted at Bluetooth Certification agency. OnePlus’ offer includes all kinds of accessories for its flagship devices so it wouldn’t be far-fetched to believe that the upcoming OnePlus 6 will come together with such a product.
OnePlus to unveil new Bullets wireless headphones
The sequel to OnePlus Bullets V2 headphones are called OnePlus Bullets Wireless, and as you probably already figured it out, they will be wireless. There’s a slight chance that these headphones will be included in the retail box that is set to bring OnePlus 6 to users.
They might also be sold separately, but don’t worry because they probably won’t be expensive. Considering that OnePlus launched its Bullets V2 wired headphones a couple of years ago and they are available for only $20, their successor will probably be priced around the same area.
The OnePlus 6 will replace the OnePlus 5T
The OnePlus 6 will replace the current OnePlus 5T which was already one of the most impressive phones of 2017, bringing the linger display that was so common among other significant brands. OnePlus 6 promises to be even better. It was already confirmed that the phone would sport an iPhone X style screen notch and headphone jack. It may also come with a glass rear with a fingerprint scanner and dual cameras.
Price and availability of OnePlus 6
The OnePlus 6 device will probably be introduced to excited users later in April, and the phone will probably be a bit more expensive compared to the previous model. Rumors say that there’s also an Avengers-themed model in the works and this one is expected to be revealed sometime around April 27. Regarding pricing, latest leaks suggest a price somewhere between $625 and $725.
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