OnePlus will launch two new wireless earbuds (renders available)

A successor to the Bullets Wireless Z and the other one will launch under the Nord banner

OnLeaks, a famous leaker that often shares information before an official launch, has shared the first information about new earbuds from OnePlus in collaboration with 91Mobiles: true wireless earbuds in the Nord-series. OnLeaks has shared renders of these new earbuds. Just like their phones, the Nord-series are on a lower price point and thus it's very likely that these new earbuds should come at a lower price than (for example) the Buds Z2.

Source: 91Mobiles

In the image we can see that the black earbuds can be controlled by touch controls, which is indicated by a gold-like coating at the side.

An important side-note from OnLeaks states the following:

OnePlus Nord TWS earbuds renders are based on the live images of final prototyping stage units. Hence it is hard to show the exact design through renders just yet as there could be a few tiny changes in details on the final product when they officially launch. But this could be the overall outlook of the OnePlus Nord earbuds.

The charging case we can also see on the image looks pretty big and boxy, unlike the less boxy one which comes with the Buds Z2. Just like the Buds Pro, Buds Z and Buds Z2, the 'Nord TWS earbuds' are likely to come with silicone ear tips as well. The stem however looks quite bulky and wide, which on the first glance may seem to give issues when it comes to fitting in your ear. Perhaps it'll turn out to be a better fit into your ears — we'll have to find out.

There are also rumours about a successor of the two year old Bullets Wireless Z: the Bullets Wireless Z2. The new earbuds have been spotted on a listing for Bluetooth certification. The certification shows that it has been published on the 20th of February 2022 with model number E305A. The "core specification" may hint that the Bullets Wireless Z2 will be using Bluetooth 5.0. According to leaker Mukul Sharma, these earbuds will launch in March.

We will update this article once more information is available.