Along with the Reno7 series, OPPO also introduced the Enco Free 2i TWS earbuds, Watch Free NFC, and the Enco M32, the successor to the most popular Enco M31 neckband headset that was launched last year. So let’s know more about it.
Oppo Enco Free 2i
The new true wireless headphones are an alternative version of the Oppo Enco Free 2. Boasting identical premium features such as a minimalist design with silicon tips, active noise cancellation up to 42dB, and 10mm audio drivers. On the other hand, the “i” variant is launched at a reduced price by extinguishing DYNAUDIO’s optimizations.
Other Enco Free 2i specs include stable Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, simultaneous pairing with two devices, and touch sensitivity to control the media being played. The accessories deliver autonomy of up to 30 hours.
The OPPO Enco Free 2i is priced at 499 yuan (US$ 78 / Rs. 5,820 approx.) and the offer price is 399 yuan when it goes on sale in China on December 3rd.
Oppo Enco M32
The Enco M32 is a more conventional audio solution in that it’s not entirely “wireless” but still delivers good specs like 10mm dynamic drivers and IP55 rating, denoting its water and dust resistance and appeal to the fitness public. For a stable and cost-effective connection, the headphones use Bluetooth 5.0.
The biggest highlight of this product is its efficient energy management. With just 10 minutes of recharge, the Enco M32 is capable of delivering an incredible 20 hours of media playback. Fully charged, the battery can power the buds for up to 28 hours. The OPPO Enco M32 is priced at 199 yuan (US$ 31 / Rs. 2,320 approx.).
Oppo Watch Free NFC
Oppo Watch Free was originally released in late September and was very cost-effective, but there was still room for a solution that has been gaining in popularity in several economies — payments via NFC. For that, the Oppo Watch Free NFC is an enhanced version of the Chinese manufacturer’s smartwatch. Watch Free NFC will be available for 599 Yuan (roughly 94 US Dollars).