Apart from launching Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro with 5G connectivity, Oppo also unveiled its first truly wireless earbuds named ‘Enco Free’ at the same event today. This pair of earbuds connect to devices via Bluetooth 5.0 and features AI noise cancellation and Binaural Simultaneous Bluetooth transmission.
The Oppo Enco Free true wireless earbuds have a stem design similar to Apple’s AirPods TWS product in the market with a case for charging. These earbuds are in-ear type and come bundled with two types of silicone ear tips for different fits. The first one is for common complete in-ear fit, whereas the second tip is for half in-ear fit to let some air in the ear for better breathability.
The new Enco Free earbuds feature Binaural Simultaneous Bluetooth transmission technology to deliver a synchronized audio output to both the buds simultaneously with latency as minimum as ~120ms. For controls, the earbuds utilize touch gestures such as double-tap to either accept/reject calls or start/stop music playback, slide up / down to increase/decrease volume, and slide sideways to change tracks.
Oppo claims the Enco Free earbuds are capable of offering up to 5 hours of music playback and 3 hours of call on a single charge. Additionally, the case which has a signature original Reno design, further adds up to 25 hours of music playback and 15 hours of call time to the earbuds. The case charges via USB Type-C and takes about ~110 minutes to charge fully.
The Oppo Enco Free true wireless earbuds will be available in Black, White, and Pink colour options. It is priced at 699 Yuan ($100) and will go on sale for the first time on December 31st.