OnePlus in late August announced the OnePlus Bullets (V2) in-ear headphones, which are the successor to the Silver Bullet earphones launched back in 2014.
OnePlus says the Bullets V2 have been designed to aesthetically complement the OnePlus 3 with a sleek, minimal design, and premium materials. Having partnered with German audio experts LOFO, the Bullets come fitted with an ARYPHAN polyarylate diaphragm, which is "known for its light weight and high vibration frequency".
The Bullets V2 have a frequency range of 20-20000Hz, sound pressure level of 107dB, 9mm dynamic drivers, rated power of 3mW and Total Harmonic Distortion of less than 1 percent (at 1000Hz, 1mW). According to the official page for the Bullets V2, the earphones' aluminium coil is wrapped in high-end black copper that promises consistent listening.
OnePlus has "optimised the tri-band tuning process that produced last generation's captivating sound, improving the range to deliver richer bass, more delicate treble, and a smoother midrange."
The Bullets V2 come with a 3.5mm headphone jack with an impedance of 24 Ohms. The earphones weigh around 14 grams and comes with a cable length of 1.25 metres along with an in-line remote as well.