While the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 sounds good, Spatial Audio delivers.
We’ve had a lot of fun with the audio quality itself, but the addition of spatial audio takes the cake.
Hardware The design of the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 is very familiar. Each bud weighs 4.9 grams and is small.
The stem on each mini headphone is plated in a metallic completion, which truly makes the plan stick out.
With that, the touch control is something I fell head over heels for while utilizing the Buds Master 2.
You can access the playback controls and noise cancellation settings with just a quick squeeze of the stem.
The buds play a small tone to confirm that you have activated touch controls, but there is no haptic feedback.
The way it is put into action is extremely satisfying, for whatever reason.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 are extremely comfortable, and I had no trouble listening for an extended period of time.
Earbuds are difficult to fit because, like many others, my ear canals are slightly different sizes.
Even though the box contains three different earbud sizes, the right earbud does not fit perfectly.
I can’t do anything about it except hope Comply makes tips that fit the Buds Pro 2 better.
Regarding the case
There are a few features I wish OnePlus had included. First and foremost, I enjoy the clamshell design.
It is simple to pick up and place the buds by opening up and allowing them to lie flat in their ports.
But because the case as a whole is made of thinner plastic, I worry that if I put too much pressure on the hinge
or top cover, I might break them.
The fact that the case weighs only 47.3 grams is a positive aspect of this.
An accessory that is simple to carry is the combination of the weight of the buds and the wide but thin case.
The case is compatible with Qi wireless charging and can be charged via USB-C.
The color scheme is the cherry on top, with the Arbor Green hue looking absolutely stunning on the case
and earbuds. The green really stands out on the OnePlus Buds Pro 2’s matte black finish.