The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 earbuds have surfaced several times thus far. This time around, however, we have the most detailed visual leak thus far. Evan Blass shared renders of the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 in all colors, thus detailing the design. In addition to that, the retail box got shared, along with all of its contents.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 design gets detailed thanks to this leak
If you take a look at the gallery below, you’ll see the green variant of the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 in a separate image. The second image shows all three color options, the green, black, and white models. All of them will have fancy names, though, of course.
The design will be quite similar to the original OnePlus Buds Pro. OnePlus is sticking with the two-tone design of the earbuds themselves, and a square-ish carrying/charging case.
The top part of each earbud will have a matte finish, while the bottom one (the stem) will feature a glossy finish. This design is still very nice, so we don’t have any major complaints, to be quite honest.
This image shows you everything included inside the retail box
Now, if you check out the image below this paragraph, you’ll see the retail box, and what lies on the inside. This is a retail box for the Chinese market, but the same one will be available globally, just without the Chinese instructions.
This box clearly confirms that the black variant of the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will be called ‘Obsidian Black’. Inside the box, you’ll get the earbuds themselves, of course, along with some paperwork.
In addition to that, a Type-A to Type-C charging cable will also be included, and it will be quite short. Two additional pairs of ear tips are also included, small and large ones. The medium ones are pre-applied on the earbuds.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will become official on January 4 in China, alongside the OnePlus 11. They will launch globally on February 7, when the OnePlus 11 arrives to global markets. You can check out the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 specs by clicking here.
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