OnePlus Buds Z will be affordable wireless earphones, can be launched with OnePlus 8T

OnePlus Buds Z could reportedly be an affordable variant of OnePlus Buds True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earphones. The well-known tipster has shared an obscure photo on Twitter, allegedly purporting the name of undisclosed earphones. The moniker seems correct, as OnePlus usually uses ‘Z’ for a cheaper version of its device. For example, OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z, which was cheaper than OnePlus Bullets Wireless and OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2.

Tipster Max J gave his Twitter Shared picture on account, only Bud Z is written in this picture. It is reportedly the name of OnePlus’ upcoming affordable True Wireless Stereo earphones. However, Tipster has not provided any other information about the alleged earphones apart from this, although the moniker of the picture indicates that it will be a cheaper version of OnePlus Buds. These wireless earbuds can be launched with the OnePlus 8T smartphone, which can be named OnePlus OnePlus Buds Z.

If we look at the terminology used by OnePlus for its audio product, it uses the Chinese company ‘Z’ moniker to provide a cheaper version of the device. As an example, as we mentioned, OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z was an economical version compared to OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 earphones. Actually, it is cheaper than the first generation OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones.

Let me tell you, the information of OnePlus Buds Z was first found in the codes of Xari OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 1 update for OnePlus 8 Series. Undisclosed earphones were mentioned in this public update, which led to their launch. It also mentioned that the company OnePlus 8K is working on 960fps video recording. However, not much information was available about these earphones even in the open beta code.

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