OnePlus Icons in-ear earphones launched in India for Rs. 2999

OnePlus Icons

OnePlus has launched the  OnePlus Icons, it’s latest in-ear earphones in India on Amazon, as it promised. It was introduced last month and comes with a smooth aluminum and has a metallic finish. The in-ear design with 51 degrees angle offers proper noise-isolation to enjoy immersive sound quality, according to OnePlus.

OnePlus Icons

The OnePlus Icons comes in Graphite, is priced at Rs. 2999 and is available exclusively through

Key specifications of OnePlus Icons

  • In-ear headphones, 11mm driver, dynamic
  • Sound Pressure Level (SPL): 110 dB
  • Connector: 3.5mm jack (straight)
  • Rated Power: 5mW
  • Impedance: 32
  • Frequency Range: 20 – 20,000Hz
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <0.5%(1000Hz, 1mW)
  • Weight: 15g, Cable length: 1.25m
  • Sound Pressure Level (SPL): 110 dB

Highlights of OnePlus Icons in-ear earphones

  • Inspired by the king of instruments: The asymmetric design of the earphones, taking cues from the organ piano, gives the OnePlus Icons a completely unique look. Composed of smooth aluminum, it feels sturdy and metallic, yet incredibly light.
  • Designed for a richer sound: While most earbuds take on a conventional dual-chamber design, the OnePlus Icons utilize three distinct chambers to change the intensity of low-frequency sound.
  • 11mm driver in-ear earphones: Compared to the more commonly found 9mm driver earphones, we took on the challenge of producing more premium 11mm drivers that give a fuller and richer bass performance.
  • Immersive sound quality: We believe that quality materials equal a better audio experience, which is why we selected a state-of-the-art, malleable aluminum composite for the Icons’ diaphragm.
  • You’re in control: The three-button in-line remote control enables you to easily play or pause your music, crank the volume up or down, and answer incoming phone calls.

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