OnePlus Buds Pro can integrate ANC into its surroundings
OnePlus has officially announced its upcoming Buds Pro, a $ 150 competition between similarly named AirPods Pro and Galaxy Buds Pro. With their unique design, Dolby Atoms support, wireless charging, a large battery, and an ANC mode that fits your surroundings, the first attempt to really stand out in the audio market like Buds Pro Open Plus seems like.
Adaptive ANC (or “smart adaptive noise cancellation”) is the most unique feature here, and it seems that aggressive noise cancellations can affect sound quality and battery life. OnePlus says that each Buds Pro uses three microphones to detect airborne noise levels and adjust the ANC accordingly, 40dB if you enter a particularly fast environment. Use up to noise reduction.
Some Airbuds allow you to adjust the level of ANC in-app or via touch controls, which is a hassle. Even if you ignore the options for sound quality and battery life, it still seems like a great convenience. (Suppose it works!)
Of course, in addition to Dolby Atmos, there are other features of the OnePlus Buds Pro. Wireless charging is also a nice addition, and considering the AirPods Pro’s 24-hour total battery life, the OnePlus Buds Pro is forced to have 38-hour battery life (with a charging case).
Oh can i say that It’s also nice to see a pair of OnePlus Buds that don’t look like AirPads. Remember when 2,000 units of the original One Plus buds were confiscated according to customs to look like Air One Pods? Good time
Anyway, OnePlus plans to launch its Buds Pro on September 1st. You can sign up for release alerts on the company’s web store to get the first chance on Buds Pro when you’re on sale.
Source: One Plus via Dahl