Following the new Reno3 and Reno3 Pro smartphones, OPPO introduced another new product - Enco Free wireless headphones. In addition to its compact size and minimal weight, the accessory features an advanced noise reduction system and a Bluetooth chip with a short signal delay time.
The new product is based on a Bluetooth chip with the function of simultaneous two-way signal transmission and separate error correction for each of the headphones. Both technologies help to reduce the delay time of the signal both during the conversation and during the game or when watching a video - according to the manufacturer, for Enco Free this figure does not exceed 120 milliseconds.
Each of the headphones weighs 4.6 grams and uses a composite membrane consisting of magnesium, titanium, and aluminum. The intelligent noise reduction system, which uses two microphones in each earpiece, ensures comfortable listening even in a rich external sound environment. For additional noise isolation and a secure fit accessory in the ears are used removable silicone pads supplied in the kit.
Enco Free supports touch control of playback functions and calls - you can adjust the volume, change tracks, answer or reject calls. The claimed time in playback mode is up to 5 hours, and taking into account the battery capacity of the charging case - up to 25 hours.
OPPO Enco Free in black and white cases will go on sale on December 31 for $100. The model in the pink case will be available from February 14, the cost of the device will not change.