New earphones from Oppo’s Enco Free2 make you forget the Apple AirPods.

Oppo had just presented his answer to Apple’s AirPods as one of the leading smartphone companies in the world, namely the Enco Free2. We realize the moniker isn’t as attractive, but new earphones from Oppo will make you forget Apple’s AirPods are there … or not. Indeed, these buds are not for Apple specialists who are not likely to convert to a company like Oppo or not at least soon. In addition, Oppo Enco Free2 promises to give a lot of capabilities that we hadn’t expected from such low prices, in addition to their significant similarity to Apple’s Aeropods. And these will make you forget your regular earbuds

OPPO Reno 3 5G and Reno 3 Pro 5G have not only been announced in the series. OPPO Enco Free (or the latest model for the family of actual wireless headphones), which launched alongside the preceding OPPO O-Free, was also on the stage of the Asian event. Esthetically, there is some resemblance to Apple’s AirPods, even if the earbuds are more in line with Huawei’s.

For example, IP54 waterproof and dustproof earbuds and Active Noise Cancelation (ANC) capabilities are available. In addition to that, DYNAUDIO, a famous Danish audio firm, is adjusting to the audio. With the ANC enabled, the earbuds are played for up to 4.5 hours without the ANC for up to 6.5 hours. Thanks to the retail charging case, Enco Free2 customers may have up to 30 hours of listening time.

According to Oppo, the new Enco Free2 has a proprietary technology that should allow user listening levels to customize the sound. Now, the great thing is that in China, Oppo’s new earbuds cost only $95. We estimate pricing in Europe that is somewhat higher but should stay significantly lower than Apple’s AirPods.

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Oppo Reno 6 Pro 

Oppo Reno 6 Pro has a petite body and curved display in the same design language as the Reno 5 Pro. The selections of color are the same as the Reno 6. The FHD+ AMOLED display is somewhat more prominent, with a refresh rate of 90Hz. The MediaTek Dimension 1200 CPU runs under the hood of the phone. The smartphone includes the same cameras as the Reno 6 and an extra 2-megapixel black and white sensor on the back. It also carries a slightly bigger battery of 4,500mAh with a quick charge of 65W.

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