The Rs. 44,999 limited edition package will set you back around Rs. 7,000 more than the basic OnePlus 6, according to the phonemaker’s announcement at an event in Beijing. Take note that the phone itself doesn’t have any extra features, so you might be better off with an ordinary OnePlus if you’re not a Marvel fan. Besides, it might be tough to get your hands on one anyway: the limited edition Star Wars OnePlus 5T was only released in India. Since the company’s Indian division was responsible for leaking a poster of the Marvel collab, the package will most likely be released in the region, as well. However, the company has yet to reveal where and when the phone will be available.

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OnePlus’ Bullets Wireless headphones don’t tangle and can fast-charge

Not ‘truly’ wireless earbuds, but they look great & it costs around – Rs. 4,599 (approx)


OnePlus is accompanying its new phone launch today by also releasing its first pair of wireless headphones, called the Bullets Wireless. Yes, they support USB-C fast charging, are Google Assistant-integrated, weather-resistant, and use the AptX codec for better Bluetooth audio quality, but they’re not the “truly wireless” in-ear wireless buds you might’ve been expecting.

Regardless, they have specs that might make them great wireless headphones. On paper, OnePlus claims you can get five hours of usage from ten minutes of charging, or top it off for eight hours of battery.

The buds themselves are milled from aluminum, but more importantly, OnePlus ensured you can magnetically snap them to each other to avoid tangles.

Also, if you have a OnePlus 5 / 5T or 6, clipping the Bullets Wireless together will pause music, while unclipping will resume; an update is in the works to add phone call support.

OnePlus’ marketing jargon for Bullets Wireless includes the term “energy tubes”. Essentially, they reduce reverberations within the wires, better isolating and stabilizing sounds. Their intended outcome is to produce clearer, richer audio


Note – Price shown in this blog all are based on USD conversion, real product price in India may differ.