Yes, the earphones can be charged in 90 minutes. The new 10mm titanium dynamic drivers are said to offer “stronger bass” than the Enco Buds. The design is a semi-in-ear style, and the earbuds are also rated IPX4 for water and dust resistance, so they can withstand splashes, but no more. So if you run in the rain these may not keep up. Like most earbuds on the market today, the Enco Buds 2 perform various functions with just the tap of your finger.
Oppo has launched a pair of low-cost Truly Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds called the Enco Buds 2, the successor to last year’s Enco Buds. It will be available on Oppo and Flipkart’s official websites from August 21st, priced at Rs 1,799. With the Enco Buds 2, Oppo brings AI noise cancellation to calls for better, clearer communication. The company claims the earbuds can provide up to 28 hours of listening time on a single charge, and together with the charging case, the earbuds can be charged from 0 to 100 in about 3.5 hours using a Type-C charger.
For example, double-tap to play the next song, answer or hang up a call, or press and hold the earbuds to decrease or increase the volume. The earbuds also have a double-tap feature that allows you to control your phone’s camera app to take pictures. The release follows the launch of Oppo’s Enco X2, Oppo’s flagship TWS earphones, in the country at his Rs 10,999.