OnePlus introduced on the finish of July its final guess on the center marketplace for smartphones, the OnePlus North. With good specs and a comparatively low price ticket, the gadget turned out to be a beautiful choice in comparison with its rivals.
Accompanying the gadget, the Chinese language additionally made its debut within the TWS headset market with its OnePlus Buds, mixing components of Apple’s AirPods and Google’s Pixel Buds at an especially low worth.
The OnePlus Buds arrived with vary of options, together with its personal app, however one critical flaw within the accent was that its app was solely obtainable for current OnePlus smartphones. The producer then promised in September to make obtainable a brand new software suitable not solely with its outdated smartphones, but additionally on gadgets from different manufacturers, with out offering a selected launch date.
As a result of the wait has simply ended, with the arrival of HeyMelody on Android this week. The app, which remains to be in early entry, already enables you to replace the headset firmware and examine the battery stage of the case and headphones, however sadly it leaves one thing to be desired in comparison with the app from origin, which additionally affords customization of controls and helps find misplaced buds.
A curious level is that HeyMelody is suitable not solely with OnePlus Buds and the current OnePlus Buds Z, but additionally with Enco W51 and Enco X, each headphones from OPPO, the sister producer of OnePlus. HeyMelody is free and obtainable for obtain from the Play Retailer.