Today was a very important day for OPPO. It announced a number of new products. And though the OPPO Smart TV was in the spotlight, there have been a few others worthy of our attention. The OPPO Enco X headset is what we are talking about.
OPPO Enco X Features
At the event, OPPO product manager said that the OPPO Enco X is positioned as the benchmark for wireless headset sound quality. Shortly, we are dealing with a flagship product.
This time, OPPO has reached a partnership with Danner’s top audio brand Dynaudio. Daniel Emonts, the creator of Dynaudio’s flagship audio series, tuned the OPPO Enco X headphones himself. After 30 kinds of material exploration, 120 rounds of structural modification, and 152 device selection options, they jointly created a true natural sound.
The OPPO Enco X comes with the DBEE3.0 sound system, bringing Hi-Fi audio into the ears. It also adopts an innovative coaxial dual-unit design. It has a superconducting magnetic diaphragm unit, which instantly reveals the translucent sound like a diamond.
Not only that, the OPPO Enco X headphones also support dual-mic dual-core noise reduction, providing four noise reduction modes. They include strong noise reduction mode, weak noise reduction mode, transparent mode, and close noise reduction.
In addition, the OPPO Enco X headset supports Bluetooth 5.2 and is compatible with Android and iOS. The minimum transmission delay of the full link is only 94ms, and the minimum delay of the headset is 47ms. It supports single and binaural use.
In terms of battery life, this headset provides up to 25 hours of super battery life. Even when using the headset with a strong noise reduction mode, it will last for up to 20 hours. This product supports wireless charging.
Finally, the OPPO Enco X costs 999 yuan ($150).
OPPO Focusing On IoT
Generally talking, at today’s conference, OPPO announced it’s going to be an IoT company. Liu Bo, OPPO’s vice president and president of China, said that OPPO has already launched more than 20 IoT products and has more than 5 million users.
He also revealed that OPPO had launched a bracelet product six years ago. But the software and interconnection experience at the time was not good. Plus, it was not the IoT that OPPO wanted.