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Oppo Enco Free true wireless earphones official in China for $100

26 December 2019 0

Oppo has officially unveiled its first-ever truly wireless earphones (TWAs) named Enco Free in China. These were originally introduced at an event in Malaysia last week. The Chinese launch for the earphones took place earlier today and alongside the much-awaited Reno 3 smartphone series.

The Oppo Enco Free truly wireless earphones feature an in-ear design with support for silicone ear tips. These come bundled with three ear tips that users can switch between for a comfortable experience. This is quite similar to the design approach Apple opted for with the AirPods Pro release. There is also a carrying case that doubles up as a charging case for the earphones like what we have seen other TWAs.


As you would expect, these earphones support touch gestures for quick music playback controls. It even supports volume control by sliding a finger up/down on the left earbud. These feature a 13.4mm dynamic driver with a 120db driver sensitivity. It comes with Bluetooth 5.0 support and even offers Binaural Simultaneous Bluetooth transmission. The latter is a feature that will deliver sound to both earbuds at the same time. And yes, these earbuds come with noise cancellation during phone calls.

Oppo has unveiled Enco Free earphones in White, Black and Pink color variants for CNY 699 (about $100). It goes without saying that the color of earbuds and the charging case is the same. These will go on sale in China starting December 31st i.e. from the next week.


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