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The OnePlus Buds will come in black: new leak

More potential OnePlus Buds details. (Source: Twitter)
More potential OnePlus Buds details. (Source: Twitter)
The eminent and apparently OnePlus-focused leaker Max J. has posted a new image of this OEM's inaugural TWS earbuds on his Twitter feed. This one shows the other side of these stem-toting accessories for the first time - and also paints them black. Therefore, it seems the product will have at least 2 color options on their launch.

Max J. is a Twitter leaker who purports to have exposed a number of new OnePlus products ahead of their official debuts. An example is this brand's first TWS earbuds, which, according to this tipster, are simply called its Buds. They, as with so many competitors before them, are rumored have been developed to look quite like Apple's AirPods.

These rumors are communicated in the form of convincing-looking teaser graphics, complete with aspects of OnePlus' brand identity and marketing motifs. The latest of these shows that this OEM's Buds will also follow  another in-demand trend within their market: a choice of finish that is not white. Indeed, this new view of the accessories are depicted in black.

The leaker also shows the same take on the wireless earbud from the back for the first time, revealing that they are closed off using round gray metallic accents with red rings around their edges.

This detail recalls OnePlus' existing line of Bullets Wireless neckbuds, and also makes them slightly more distinctive compared to earlier teasers. However, this new leak may need to wait until the company's next launch event, scheduled for July 2, 2020, for any validation.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-06-29 (Update: 2020-06-29)
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