Not only launching the latest flagship smartphone series, but OPPO has also announced its new wireless earbuds, Enco X2, today. The pair brings better audio drivers and improved noise cancellation, providing an enhanced experience over the Enco X.
The design of the Enco X2 is similar to its predecessor. However, quite a few things have changed on the inside. Besides a dual-driver design, the earbuds now have a quad-magnet plantar tweeter, which helps deliver a frequency response from 20Hz to 40kHz to ensure excellent audio quality. There's also an 11mm dynamic driver, offering deeper bass without a loss in detail.
One of the highlights of the Enco X2 is its noise cancellation capability. Alongside a 45 dB maximum depth and a 4 kHz maximum width, OPPO claims that it will be able to provide excellent noise cancellation across all environments while commuting by bus or a plane. Furthermore, the earbuds also support Bluetooth 5.2, LHDC 4.0, and up to 900 kbps.
The OPPO Enco X2 will be available in Black and White. Currently, the company still has not released the pricing details, but we should find out about it soon. What do you think about the OPPO Enco X2? Share your thoughts with us by leaving a comment, and stay tuned to TechNave.com for more tech gadget launches.