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Oppo Enco Air wireless earbuds, Oppo Band Vitality Edition launched

07 May 2021 0

Oppo is a brand widely known for making smartphones but like most OEMs out there, it deals in different product categories. It recently launched Oppo K9 smart TVs in China and at the same event, it also took wraps off the Oppo Enco Air truly wireless earphones and Oppo Band Vitality Edition fitness tracker.

Oppo Enco Air

The Oppo Enco Air is the newest pair of truly wireless earbuds from the company. They join existing members of the Enco family i.e. Enco Free, Enco X, and Enco Buds among others. There is a 12mm dynamic driver with a titanium-plated diaphragm moving coil for a good audio experience. It is claimed to last for up to 4 hours on a single charge but can go on for up to 24 hours with the help of the charging case.

There is also a dedicated Game Mode that can offer latency as low as 47 ms. This should deliver a good gaming experience with better sync between the audio and video. There is also an IPX4 rating for dust and water resistance. These earbuds are already up for pre-orders through JD.com in China. Oppo has priced the Enco Air TWS at CNY 299 with an option to choose from Black, White, Green, and Blue.

Oppo Band Vitality Edition

The Oppo Band Vitality Edition fitness tracker sports a 1.1-inch AMOLED display. It is packed with all the health features that you expect like heart rate monitoring, SpO2 sensor, and sleep tracking. There is also NFC support that brings support for mobile payment solutions like WeChat and Ali Pay.

There is also water resistance support up to 50 meters. It is claimed to last for up to 24 hours on a single charge which should be good enough. The fitness tracker is priced at CNY 199 but can be pre-booked for just CNY 149. It will be available in Black and Orange color options.



Oppo Enco Air wireless earbuds, Oppo Band Vitality Edition launched
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