OPPO Enco Free, Truly Wireless Earbuds launched in Nepal
In addition to launching two new smartphones OPPO Reno3 and Oppo F15 in the Nepali market, the company also introduced its first TWS headphones Enco Free.
OPPO Enco Free is the first TWS headphone and its storage case is very similar to the AirPods, and at first glance it will be very easy to associate them with Apple’s product. The box, however, has a small difference, in addition to charger, it also has a vertical placement of the brand’s logo and an LED that will indicate the status of the battery.
When it comes to specs, the new earphones arrive with a touch control on both pods, where you can answer or disconnect calls, stop/start songs, and control the volume or music by swiping up or down.
Like Apple AirPods, Oppo’s new offering comes with support for instant connection technology.
The pods arrive with a 120 db sensitivity driver and 13.4 mm dynamic driver. Support for Bluetooth 5.0 and Binaural Simultaneous Bluetooth transmission will ensure that sound is transmitted to both pods simultaneously without any delay.
Each earpod has a 31 mAh battery, which according to Oppo will be able to operate up to 5 hours of playback with just one single charge. The box in turn will have a total battery of 410 mAh, which should guarantee about 20 additional hours.
Another important feature is the guarantee of a minimum latency of 120ms and optimal compatibility with several platforms, making them quite versatile.
The Oppo Enco Free also arrives with an AI (artificial intelligence) system, with support for noise cancellation and other optimizations that will ensure an excellent user experience.
Buyers will be able to choose from three color options – white, black and pink. The headset is available at a price tag of Rs 9,990 in Nepali market.