Back in September 2021, when we wrote our Oppo Enco Buds review, we said that “entry-level truly wireless earphones are improving at a meteoric rate”. Cut to August 2022, when its successor – the Oppo Enco Buds2 has launched in the market – the statement rings more true than ever. Budget truly wireless earphones have continued to make massive strides in quality in the last year. Take the Oppo Enco Buds2 as an example, the company has gone ahead and not just overhauled the design, but has also upped the battery life, incorporated a larger driver, added Dolby Atmos support, and more to this next-generation affordable product. The market is rife with competition though, from the likes of companies such as Realme, OnePlus, Xiaomi, boAt, Soundcore, and others offering similarly-priced yet feature-rich TWS. So, the Oppo Enco Buds2 has its work cut out for it if it intends to make a considerable splash in the sub-₹2K TWS segment.
- Punchy bass response, Long battery life, Customisable controls with volume controls support
- Slightly muted highs, Case feels a bit flimsy, IPX4 only