When OnePlus announces the OnePlus 6T next month, it’s likely that the company will announce a new pair of Bullets Wireless headphones too. An updated model just hit the FCC, right in time to be shipped alongside a new phone.
The FCC docs that showed up this morning leave little room for confusion here. The label specifically calls these “OnePlus Bullets Wireless,” plus we have a partial picture of them.
We aren’t sure how much these will differ over the original Bullets Wireless, but we do know the model number is BT32B and that the FCC tested Bluetooth. The original Bullets Wireless were BT31B.
These “wireless” headphones appear to sport the same dog-collar design as the original, so if you were looking for true wireless Bullets Wireless that could compete with AirPods or some of the other no-wire headphones from competitors, you’ll be disappointed. That doesn’t mean they won’t be solid and likely sold at an incredibly reasonable price (the original set was $69), you just have to be cool with this type of headphone.
OnePlus 6T will be coming in October and as per our information we have dates will be October 17. The OnePlus 6T is shaping up to be a major upgrade over the OnePlus 6. Besides the in-display fingerprint scanning technology, the 6T will have triple cameras on the rear side, same as the Huawei P20 Pro and the upcoming LG V35. It will still be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, clubbed with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 2.1 storage.
In the past, we have seen various smartphones using the in-display fingerprint scanners, but the OnePlus 6T will be the company’s first device to come with the futuristic mechanism. Smartphone brands such as Vivo, Oppo, Huawei, Xiaomi– all have used in-display scanners on their smartphones, and it’s now turn of OnePlus to make use of the technology.