The Oppo Enco Buds2 feature a titanium diaphragm coating on these drivers to boost the earpiece’s highs for an overall balanced sound. Read Also – Oppo Reno 8 4G Launches With 90Hz Display, Triple Camera And Snapdragon 680 SoC. Oppo claims the new TWS Buds2 will get Enco Live Stereo Sound Effects and Dolby Atmos, which offers three different settings: Original Sound, Bass Boost, and Clear Vocals.
Oppo has launched budget earbuds in India called Oppo Enco Buds2.The new earphones are the successor to Enco Buds and will be available on Oppo Store and Flipkart from 31st August for Rs 1,799. The Oppo Enco Buds2 are available in a solid black option in the Oppo Store and Flipkart. The new earbuds come with titanium 10mm drivers. The company claims that the Oppo Enco Buds2 can provide up to 28 hours of backup. Also read – Oppo launches Android 13-based ColorOS 13: see key features and plan the launch.
For calls, Oppo equips the Enco Buds2 with an AI deep noise-cancelling algorithm that it claims simulates binaural hearing based on a deep neural network (DNN). TWS also features low-latency Bluetooth 5.2 transmission that provides a more stable connection. Bluetooth has the highest latency with Oppo phones. This means users can now experience the same audio and video sync as wired headphones while gaming.
The TWS is also IPX4 rated. , proving its resistance to perspiration and splashes during exercise. Also read – Android 13 launch: Google reveals smartphone brands that will receive the latest OS this year. The Enco Buds2 support him 7 hours of listening on a full charge and offer up to 28 hours of listening on his 3 charges from the case. Oppo claims the buds can provide an hour of backup with just 10 minutes of charging.