The Chinese technology company, Oppo has launched its wireless earphones during an event they held at Hangzhou, China. It was also in this event that the company announced the new Reno 3 lineup.
The new wireless earphones are called “Enco Free TWS” and it comes with a half in-ear design and silicone tips with three different sizes. Each of the Enco Free TWS earphones weighs 4.6 grams and has an IPX4 certification rating. This means the earphones can survive little drops of water like sweating when you working out.
The earphones come with an FPC positioning system that is paired with a composite diaphragm and dual magnetic circuit. This will lead to better and detailed studio audio quality. It also packs 13.4mm dynamic drivers and 16Hz to 20KHz range of frequency response. Another good feature of the earphones is voice calling and dual-microphone beam-forming technology. There is also AI uplink noise cancellation for crisp and clear calls.
It comes with Bluetooth 5.0 and a 10 meters range. Battery-wise, the Enco Free TWS earphones packs a 31 mAh battery capacity. It comes with a case just like the Apple Airpods, the case of the Enco Free TWS is plastic and can also be used to charge the earphones via USB-C port. The battery capacity in the case is 410 mAh. However, the 31 mAh battery on the earphones can last you for five hours on music playback and three hours on calls.
Gestures are not disregarded on this earphones. It supports slide gestures for music control. Sliding your finger on the left will adjust the volume while sliding the finger on the right will change tracks. Double-tap either of the earphones to answer a call or play/pause the music.
I guess the “Free” tag in the earphones’ name is just a mirage, cause it’s definitely not free. The Enco Free TWS earphones cost CNY699/$100/€90 and will be available in White, Pink and Black colours starting from December 31. Well, we can’t deny the fact that it is affordable.