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OnePlus Icons In-Ear HeadPhones launched at Rs. 2,999

by Amrit PandeyOctober 30, 2015

OnePlus has finally revealed their much-anticipated device OnePlus X in India along with other countries, along with the release of the new phone, the company has also announced new in-ear headphones called as OnePlus Icons. OnePlus has earlier launched headphones like OnePlus Silver Bullets and E1+ developed by associating with JBL.

The new pair of headphones is developed from smooth aluminum, for adding a rich and premium feel there is a metallic finish given to them. The company has provided a 51-degree angle design to it offering better slip-in into the ears and claims to make the user encounter a great quality with the proper noise isolation. As for the specs it has 11mm dynamic drivers boasting a three chamber design allowing you to change the intensity of sound that is of low-frequency.

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OnePlus Icons contain a diaphragm that is made up of aluminum composite to ensure the richness and clarity of sound quality. The in-ear headphones have a three button in-line remote allowing you to control your music playback, change volume and receive the incoming calls.

The company has made available OnePlus Icons in two color options Gold and Graphite, priced at Rs. 2,999. It is compatible with all available OnePlus devices and most of the devices running on Android. With the headphones you will get multiple sizes of silicone ear buds to be more compatible with your ears.

However, the company hasn’t revealed the exact release date but has mentioned ‘coming soon’ on its India website.

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Amrit Pandey
He is the newset member of 'Best Tech Guru' Team. He is a fun loving technology enthusiast having a soft heart for nature. He loves to spend his leisure time digging about technology and listening music, always up front to help people through his suggestions and views.

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