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OPPO launches its entry-level wireless earphones ‘Enco Buds’ in India

By   Rini Dalvi

Date: Sep 10, 2021

Chinese consumer electronics company OPPO has recently launched its entry-level wireless earphones coined 'OPPO Enco Buds' in India.

According to sources, the Buds will be available for purchase from 14th September exclusively on e-commerce platform Flipkart, at the launch offer price of USD 25 (approx.), down from the original USD 27. The discount offer will last for three days ending 16th September.

Chief Marketing Officer at OPPO India, Damyant Singh was quoted saying that the Enco Buds have been developed using OPPO's decades of expertise in creating award-winning audio products such as music phones, and MP4 & MP3 players.

This will enable the company to cater to young customers who seek to upgrade from wired to wireless earphones, without compromising on great design and premium features, he claimed.

Elaborating on the features, OPPO stated that the earbuds, along with the charging case can provide up to 24 hours of battery life, using the 40mAh battery fitted on each bud and the 400mAh battery pack on the charging case. Moreover, the buds come with an IP54 rating for water and dust resistance

Additionally, the Enco Buds leverage Bluetooth 5.2 technology, which allows users to listen to music or make phone calls while being up to 10 meters away from their smartphone. The Bluetooth 5.2 chipset also supports binaural low-latency transmission.

The earbuds also boast of AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), enabling high-definition wireless audio transmission protocol to provide an 80ms low latency Game Mode.

In related news, the OPPO brand recently launched its new Reno6 Series in the GCC region. The series has three sleek variations, namely the Reno6 5G, Reno6 Pro 5G, and Reno6 Z 5G. The devices have been designed to provide professional quality photos with cinematic portrait effects in real-time.

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