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The OPPO Enco X are new ANC TWS earbuds tuned by Dynaudio

The new Enco X earbuds. (Source: OPPO)
The new Enco X earbuds. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO has launched the latest addition to its Enco series of TWS earbuds. They are equipped with a dual-core chipset to control their active noise cancelling (ANC) features. The OEM also describes them as having been developed in partnership with the Danish sound specialist Dynaudio. These new Enco buds are Bluetooth 5.2 and have USB type C charging.

OPPO's Enco line of TWS earbuds has a new member. The X variant, like some of its siblings, conforms to the basic Apple AirPod-clone shape, although they may have shorter stalks than usual. The OEM claims they are packed with parts such as triple-layer composite large dynamic coil unit and superconducting magnetic planar diaphragms to make up their 11 millimeter (mm) drivers.

The Enco X buds connect to a paired Android or iOS phone with Bluetooth 5.2. They deliver their audio using  OPPO's in-house DBEE3.0 sound system, which, as it claims, drives "Hi-Fi audio" and the LHDC codec (an unusual choice among TWS devices these days).

They are also rated to exclude noise using a dedicated chipset and a triple-mic system that also functions for clarity during voice calls. The IP54 Enco X buds also support a "transparency mode" and might last for a total of 30 hours when combined with their case.

They are now available to pre-order in Nocturne Black or Song White, with a third Bamboo Green colorway to become available later. They have been priced at 999 yuan (~US$150).

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OPPO via SparrowsNews

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-20 (Update: 2020-10-20)
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