Chinese manufacturer OPPO has released the previously announced Enco Free2 earphones in the Netherlands. The headphones are only available in white and cost €99. The main new feature is active noise cancellation.
from Enco Free2 Headphones It appeared in OPPO’s own store and will be available at other retailers at a later date, the manufacturer says. Each headset has three microphones to pick up ambient noise, so you can filter it out. A setup with three microphones per ear should also allow for better sound quality during calls.
The speakers have 10mm drivers. Each earbud has a 41mAh battery, which, according to the manufacturer, is good for four hours of listening. With a 480 mAh case, the listening time is twenty hours. It is unknown whether this time is enabled with or without noise cancellation. The earbuds have IP54 protection, thus they are dust-proof and protected from rain showers.
In addition to Free2, OPPO also has comparable earplugs without noise reduction. It cost 99 euros when it was launched last month, but is now on sale in the OPPO store for 79 euros. The Free2 has been on sale in China since last month, when it came out with the Reno6 phones.
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