Oppo unveiled its first ever true wireless earphones - the Enco Free TWS earphones at the event of the Reno 3 series in China. The earbuds feature 13.4mm dynamic drivers offering 16Hz to 20KHz frequency range. The device is paired with a dual magnetic circuit with an FPC positioning system and composite diaphragm to deliver high-quality sound. Enco Free comes with 3 different types of silicon tips for perfect size fit on your ear and it only weighs 4.6 grams.
Enco Free has dual-microphones and AI noise-canceling technology support for sharp, clear calling experience. The device holds binaural simultaneous Bluetooth transmission to assure 120ms latency to deliver superior audio output to the left and right ears, and is sweat and water-resistant with an IPX4 rating.
The device supports Bluetooth 5.0 version that is compatible with multiple smartphone platforms with a range of 10 meters. The device packs a 31mAh battery capacity and 410mAh in a case to offer 25hrs of music playback time and 15hrs of call time with charging case, so you will get 5hrs of music playback and 3hrs of call time without the case.
Just double-tap to pick up calls or switch off your music on/off and to control volume level, just slide your finger up and down on the headphone. The case has an LED indicator on the front and connects instantly while opening the case with your smartphone.
Oppo Enco Free TWS earphones are available in 3 colors, White, Pink and Black and costs $100.