Remember the OPPO Enco Free, the company’s first truly wireless earphones that we reviewed in December last year? Good news: They’re now available in the Philippines.
(Update, September 7: There’s a new P2,990 [$61] Enco unit on the market! Read OPPO Enco W31 review: True wireless on a budget.)
According to local retail chain MemoXpress, the Enco Free are priced at P5,499, or roughly $109 in U.S. currency. Which is great, really, considering that the earbuds are selling for ¥699 (P5,080 or $100) in China, where they were first released.
Sporting an Apple AirPods-inspired design, the OPPO Enco Free have an open-fit design, so they sit gently on your ears rather than going around them. The elongated stems store dedicated microphones for picking up your voice.
There are 13.4mm dynamic drivers with a frequency response range of 16Hz on the low end to 20KHz on the high. And the earphones support Bluetooth 5.0 for a wireless range of approximately 10 meters.
Included in the box are silicone in-ear and semi-in-ear tips that are available in small, medium, and large. And just like the AirPods, OPPO‘s Enco Free come with a charging case. Opening it allows you to connect the wearable to your Android or iOS smartphone.
The case has a 410mAh battery to let you enjoy an extra 12 hours of call time and 20 hours of music playback. On their own, the earbuds should give you up to 3 hours of call time or 5 hours of music playback.
The sweat- and water-resistant Enco Free are available in white, black, and pink, though we’re not sure yet if all three color variants are now in stores nationwide.
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