Oppo Enco X, Oppo Enco Air & Oppo Enco Play To Get New Features

Oppo Enco X, Oppo Enco Air, OppoEnco Play firmware update

Oppo Enco X, Oppo Enco Air, and Oppo Enco Play TWS (true wireless stereo) earbuds are slated to receive brand-new features. Oppo will be rolling out a new software update to some Oppo Enco-branded TWS earphones next month. The Chinese consumer electronics company brought the Oppo Enco Buds into the Indian market back in September. Despite carrying an affordable price tag, the earbuds offered sufficiently good features.

The Enco Buds earbuds were touted as entry-level pairs of TWS earbuds that competed with similar products from popular brands such as Xiaomi, Realme, and OnePlus. There’s a cutthroat competition in the congested budget audio segment. As a result, leading manufacturers ensure that their earbuds are easy on the pocketbook, and boast an impressive array of features. Therefore, Oppo is gearing up for the rollout of the latest firmware updates for the older Enco TWS earphones.

Oppo Enco X, Enco Air & Enco Play TWS Earphones Get New Features

The upcoming software update will include features that are currently available on the Enco Free 2, as well as the Enco Free 2i. Taking to the official Oppo Smart Life Weibo account, the company announced that the popular Double-Tap Camera Control feature from the Enco Free2 and Enco Free2i will be available on previously launched Enco Models. The Enco Free 2 were the first earbuds from Oppo to come with the aforesaid feature. The Double-Tap Camera Control will be one of the most notable features.

OPPO Enco Free2i

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The features enable you to record a video or capture an image simply by double-tapping the earphones. Aside from that, the Double-Tap Camera Control is exclusively available for Oppo devices that run at least ColorOS 11.3. The gesture control is accessible within the default camera app on the smartphone. Moreover, the upcoming software version for the Oppo Enco Free 2 earbuds will add support for dual-connectivity. As a result, you will be able to connect the earbuds to two other devices at the same time.

What Else To Expect?

Aside from getting the Double-Tap Camera Control, the Oppo Enco X earbuds will be receiving another feature dubbed, Personalised Sound Boost. This feature will be available for the Enco Free 2. It is capable of adjusting the audio playback depending on the sensitivity of the wearer’s ears. The feature relies on a software algorithm to determine the ears’ sensitivity and for making the adjustments. Furthermore, the Personalised Sound Boost feature is compatible with devices that run ColorOS, or the Android 6.0 operating system or later.

Oppo Enco Free2

Aside from that, the feature even works with iOS-based devices. If you are using a phone that doesn’t run ColorOS, you’d need to download and install the HeyTap app to access the personalized feature. Moreover, Oppo is gearing up for an imminent update that will roll out for the Enco Free 2 earbuds. The update will roll out for the new Enco model includes dual-connectivity support. It is worth mentioning here that the recently unveiled Enco Free 2i already supports dual-connectivity.

By default, the dual-connectivity feature will be active. With this feature, users will be able to connect their earbuds to various devices. Furthermore, the feature works with devices running ColorOS, as well as non-ColorOS devices. As mentioned, non-ColorOS device owners will have to install the HeyTap app. Also, you can get firmware updates on all Oppo Enco series earbuds via the proprietary app.

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