Oppo is all set to bring out the Find X6 series flagship phones and Pad 2 on March 21. Even though most are talking about the X6 phones and the new pad, it seems Oppo has more plans for the event. That is, it will debut the Oppo Enco Free3 earbuds, which will supposedly be a perfect pair for brand-new devices.
But it’s not like Oppo is just launching a pair of boring TWS buds into the market. Instead, the brand decided to amp up its wireless earbuds game. The first pair of earbuds will feature a “Bamboo Fiber Diaphragm.” Now, the main question is, what’s so special about the diaphragm?
Oppo Enco Free3: Setting New Standards
As always, Oppo has decided to tease the world about its brand-new Enco Free3 earbuds. And as the teaser tells us, the TWS buds will feature highly capable Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) tech. To be exact, the brand-new ANC buds will be able to reach up to 49 dB.
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But the ANC is not the only thing Oppo Enco Free3 plans to excel at. The buds also come with Hi-Res wireless support and boast the LDAC Bluetooth codec. That means the TWS earbuds will not fail to offer you an excellent music-listening experience.
On that note, as mentioned earlier, the Oppo Enco Free3 features a unique bamboo fiber diaphragm. As you can guess, the sound unit will be made of bamboo fiber, which is commonly used in headphones and stereo speakers. So, Oppo managing to bring the same tech in earbuds is indeed a piece of great news.
But how will the bamboo fiber diaphragm of Oppo Enco Free3 differ? In short, this material is well-known for its thinness, sensitivity, and hardness. All these traits allow it to offer more details and deliver natural, clean, and realistic sound.