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OnePlus’ sub-$40 Nord Buds are an impulse purchase you won’t regret

Last year, more than 300 million truly wireless earbuds (TWS) were shipped worldwide. While Apple is the leading company in the sector with its AirPods, they cost more than $150. The leading price point in the market is under $50, with a 36% market share, according to research firm Counterpoint....
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Nothing Phone 1 could be available at a price range similar to OnePlus 10R

Nothing already shared the plans of launching a smartphone this year named Nothing Phone 1. The device has been making the headlines for a long time as the brand keeps sharing details regarding it continuously. In a recent development, minute details regarding the pricing, features, and specifications of the smartphone...
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OnePlus 10 Pro's latest update brings the May security patch with bug fixes in tow

OnePlus is not exactly known for quickly rolling out new updates for its devices. While Samsung provides monthly and timely security patches to a wide range of its devices, the BBK-owned company only promises security updates once every two months for its phones. While the Korean giant has already started rolling out the June security patch for some of its devices, the OnePlus 10 Pro is only now getting the May security patch.

OnePlus Nord Buds review: $39 earbuds that under promise and over deliver

When OnePlus first pitched me the idea of $39 wireless earbuds, my expectations could not have been lower. Don't get me wrong, the company's flagship earbuds are some of the best we've tested. It was more so the fact that the true wireless stereo (TWS) market has bloomed over the past years, yet the best-sounding sets cost around $170. Were these $39 pairs just extras in the OnePlus factory? How many features have been cut to get the price down that much?
The Verge

OnePlus Nord Buds review: very affordable, perfectly capable

You can’t expect the world from $39 earbuds. After reviewing a series of much pricier products, I’ve spent the last few days trying out the new OnePlus Nord Buds. There’s something unflattering about the name to me; “Nord Buds” sounds like a prop that would’ve been used on Mork & Mindy circa 1979. But it matches the branding of OnePlus’ budget phone lineup, which has proven to be impressive, so it makes sense for the company to expand the brand to budget earbuds. Regardless, the features and performance of these inexpensive buds are more relevant than what they’re called.
PC Magazine

OnePlus Nord Buds Review

At $39, the Nord Buds are easily the most affordable true wireless earphones we've seen from OnePlus yet. They're also stylish, comfortable, and feature larger-than-average titanium drivers that produce solid audio. That said, you really shouldn't consider buying them unless you own a OnePlus handset, because the user experience is heavily dependent on the phone's software. If you have a OnePlus phone, the NordBuds are definitely worth check out. For everyone else, we recommend the $35.99 Tribit Flybuds 3 thanks to their powerful audio performance, fully waterproof design, and excellent battery life, bundled with a carrying case that can even charge your other mobile devices.