The Oppo Reno 7 series will launch on November 25th. Ahead of the global launch of smartphones, Oppo has confirmed the emergence of another product. It is gearing up to launch a new pair of true wireless stereo (TWS) headphones called the Oppo Enco Free2i. The company has teased the headphones on its official website. The upcoming earbuds are expected to be the latest variant of the Oppo Enco Free 2 TWS earbuds, which were unveiled in May this year alongside the Oppo Reno 6 series. In addition, some renders of the upcoming Oppo Enco Free2i have also appeared on the Internet, suggesting their design and some specifications.
Oppo via official Weibo account teased Arrival of the new Oppo Enco Free2i headphones on November 25th. As mentioned, the Oppo Enco Free2i is also teased on Oppo China website and Oppo Mall also. At the moment, the company has not shared any information on the availability of the Oppo Enco Free2i in global markets.
By renders general from GizNext, the upcoming Oppo Enco Free2i TWS earbuds will feature an oval-shaped charging case. The earbuds are rod-shaped in white. Retail box may include a USB Type-C cable as well as an optional set of ear tips.
In terms of specification, the earbuds reportedly come with Bluetooth v5 for pairing with a 10m connection range. The earbuds are said to provide a frequency range of 20-20,000Hz.
According to the report, the Oppo Enco Free 2i offers more battery capacity. The earbuds are expected to provide 5W charging speeds and may not support fast charging. In addition, the details of the IPS ratings are currently unknown.
As a reminder, the Oppo Enco Free 2 TWS earbuds were launched in China in May this year, priced at 599 Yuan (roughly Rs 6,800). The key features of the earbuds were Bluetooth v5.2, IP54 waterproof and dustproof. They have 10mm drivers that provide audio frequency response from 20Hz to 20,000Hz. The Oppo Enco Free 2 includes a 41mAh battery inside each earbud and a 480mAh battery inside the charging case.
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