We've shown you renders of the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro, and have even passed along leaked photographs of the official cases for the new models. Now, thanks to a tweet from Ishan Agarwal, we have official renders of some of the accessories for the two handsets along with their European pricing. First, some background. OnePlus will be holding its new product event tomorrow, and we expect that the OnePlus 7 will be offered by all four major U.S. carriers (how many saw this happening during the old "no invite, no phone" days?) although the premium OnePlus 7 Pro will be a T-Mobile exclusive in the states.
Google Assistant a question or have it handle a task. The earphones offer fast charging and magnetic controls, and we should see more of the same with the sequel.According to Agarwal's tweet, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 earphones will be priced at 79 EUR. Most likely this will translate into a $79 USD price considering that the OG version of the accessory is priced at $69. The first generation OnePlus Bullets, once paired with an Android phone, will allow you to listen to calls and ask
The new OnePlus 7 Pro will reportedly feature support for the company's Warp Charge 30 fast charging system. This debuted on the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition and was able to completely charge the 3700mAh battery on the phone in about 60 minutes. Just because you're in a car doesn't mean that you shouldn't be able to charge the OnePlus 7 Pro battery at the same rate, so there is a Warp Charge 30 car charger that will be available for 49 EUR. This should mean that it will carry a $49 USD price tag in the states.
Other Warp Charge related accessories include the Warp Charge Power Adapter (25 EUR, probably $25 USD), and the Warp Charging Cable. One meter of the cable (3.3 feet) will cost 20 EUR while 1.5 meters (nearly 5 feet) is priced at 25 EUR. In the U.S., expect pricing at $20 and $25 respectively.
Some of these accessories, especially the new version of the Bullets Wireless earphones, will come in the box, bundled with the new handsets. But for those who can't seem to hold on to their phones' accessories, OnePlus will also offer them on its website and through the four major U.S. carriers.