OPPO revealed its new TWS headset in the Reno6 series. This will be an official addition to the Enco Free series and successor for the OPPO ENCO X. It is officially named the ENCO Free2 and is packed with new and improved features.
First off, the Free2 will be having an in-ear design. This will improve and isolate better noise as it did with its predecessor. Also, one big highlight for these new earbuds is its Active Noise Cancellation which uses a 3-core chip, ensuring it can block noise up to 42dB. Also, the company added that there is wind noise that can be isolated considerably.
DYNAUDIO will also be coming back however, the logo will not be present on either Free2’s box or case. But we can still expect the Danish audio company to provide amazing and better audio than its previous model. The Ingress Protection has been elevated as the previous model had the IPX4 rating, this time, the ENCO Free2 will be IP54 rated.
When it comes to other features, these TWS earbuds include a personalized listening technology with OPPO. This is said to provide the user the ability to choose and customize the suitable sound that you prefer. There is also the transparency mode (similar to other earbuds with ANC), a 42ms low latency, and a remote photo capture, VLOG shoot mode (double click the earbud to activate the shutter). Be reminded that the remote capture mode is only available to the new OPPO Reno5 series and updates will be rolled out soon for more smartphones.
As for playback, the ENCO Free2 offers up to 4.5 hours of playback if ANC is on while 6.5 hours without ANC. There will also be an additional 30 hours of playback once you use the charging case. We can expect the new ENCO Free2 in China on June 5 for 599 Yuan (₱4,500 est.). As for its international release, let us wait for OPPO for any announcements.