Since the last week, we’ve been seeing rumors suggesting the launch of new ultra-budget true wireless earphones from Oppo. The earphones in question would come as the company’s sequel for the Enco W11 true wireless earbuds. Today, Oppo has taken the wraps off its Oppo Enco Buds truly-wireless earphones and they are better than we’ve expected. For instance, the new hearables come with active noise cancellation (ANC) as well as an IP54 rating.
The new Enco Buds feature ANC and this is quite unexpected for budget TWS earbuds. This will improve the audio quality reducing unwanted noise in certain environments. Oppo has also equipped them with a low latency mode for an improved gaming experience. The battery is said to support up to 24 hours on a single charge. The company also provides some neat software features to improve usability. For example, we have automatic connections and intelligent call features.
The new hearables come in White and Blue Colorways and have an angular shape for a better in the ears. They also have a microphone for clear call quality. In case you’re wondering, the charging case has a USB Type-C port on the back for optimal charging.
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Oppo Enco Buds technical specifications
The Oppo Enco Buds True Wireless Earbuds come with an 8mm dynamic driver with a sensitivity of 100.6dB and a frequency response range of 20Hz to 20KHz. They connect via Bluetooth 5.2 with 10 meters operational range and supported formats include AAC and SBC. The Oppo Enco Buds come with a 40mAh battery each and the case has a 4,00mAh unit. The earbuds will take up to 2 hours to charge completely and two and half hours for both earbuds and charging case through the USB C connector. The charging measures 67.0 x 40.4 x 27.2mm, while the earbud measure 22.2 x 19.6 x 22.7mm.
Pricing and Availability
The hearables come with a price tag of THB 999, which is around $32, or INR 2,400 if you’re in India. These earbuds are quite affordable when we compare them to other earbuds offering ANC. Unfortunately, today’s release only covers the Thai market, but we expect other markets to get the new earbuds very soon. Oppo certainly will bring them to China and the Indian markets as well as to some of its key markets across Europe.
We’re expected these earbuds to come alongside the Oppo Reno6 series, but this didn’t happen in the end.