Oppo Enco Free sports a half in-ear design. The truly wireless earphones from Oppo come with wearing detection sensor. Oppo Enco Free is priced at CNY 699 (Rs 7,100 approx).
Alongside the launch of Oppo Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro, the company announced an all-new product - the Oppo Enco Free. The Enco Free is Oppo’s true wireless earphones that promises dynamic bass with its 13.4mm drivers. The product has a frequency range of 16Hz to 20KHz. Oppo claims the Enco Free comes with an FPC positioning system paired with a dual magnetic circuit and aluminium-magnesium-titanium composite diaphragm to deliver detailed, studio-quality audio.
Oppo Enco Free sport a half in-ear design and also come with silicon tips in three different sizes for a better fit. They are IPX4 certified, which means users can wear them working out without having to worry about the sweat. The device has dual microphones with beaming forming tech and AI for better call quality with AI noise reduction and has touch controls for volume and music control.
Oppo Enco Free comes with wearing detection sensor that automatically pauses the audio when the headset is removed and it automatically connects with the phone when a user opens the case.
The Enco Free can connect to both Android and iOS devices as it sports Bluetooth 5.0. It has touch controls for volume, call control and track change. It also comes with an infrared sensor for intelligent wear detection. The truly wireless earphones have 120ms low-latency. Further, each headset weighs 4.6 grams and the case weighs 48.2 grams.
Oppo Enco Free truly wireless earphones pack a 31mAh battery that promises to offer 25 hours of battery life with the case and 5 hours standalone. Moreover, it has a USB Type-C port for charging. It is said to charge the case in 110 minutes and the earbuds in 70 minutes.
The Enco Free comes in Black, White and Pink colour options. It is priced at CNY 699 (Rs 7,100 approx). The product will go on sale in China starting December 31.