OPPO True Wireless Headphones Launched With Half-In-Ear Design

OPPO announced on Weibo that it will launch a real wireless headphone, namely Enco Free. Recently, we learned that Oppo will have its own Augmented Reality glasses next year. Today, Oppo has confirmed that 2020 will be the year of the accessories created by the Asian firm. We say this because media confirms the arrival of the Oppo True Wireless Headphones, Enco Free.

The company has also confirmed that the new TWS earphones will be launched on December 26, along with the Oppo Reno 3 series smartphones. The Oppo True Wireless Headphones uses the half-in-ear design. It can also be changed to shallow in-ear style through the ear cups.

This will be the second wireless audio product from Oppo under its Enco lineup. In September this year, OPPO also launched the Enco Q1 wireless noise-canceling headphones. They use a neck-hanging design and ANC dual active noise-canceling technology. In principle, Oppo Enco Free will offer good sound quality. This is because specialists confirm that the headphones will be compatible with True Wireless.

In addition, everything indicates that the company’s new product will offer a technology boosting bass. A single headset has two noise-canceling microphones, feedforward, and feedback. The feedforward active noise cancellation uses the external microphone. It is for measure ambient noise before it enters the ear, processing that signal to ensure an exact and opposite signal leaves the system’s speaker to effectively cancel the ambient noise.

Earphones equipped with an 11.8 mm composite diaphragm high-resolution large dynamic coil unit, which costs 599 yuan (85$).


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