OPPO Enco R Pro Official With 12.4mm Drivers and 28-Hours Autonomy


At the OPPO press conference this afternoon, the company officially a new TWS headset – OPPO Enco R Pro, priced at 499 yuan (around $64).

As we can see, OPPO Enco R Pro earphones as a whole and the charging compartment are pure white color, the exterior of the charging box is designed with a pearlescent shell, taking into account the texture and feel, and the earphones adopt an in-ear design. The official claims that this is a headset that “sounds for Reno”.

According to reports, the new earphones are equipped with a 12.4mm ultra-giant dynamic coil, and the vibration area is 53% higher than that of OPPO Enco Free2. When vibrating, the energy is greater and the sound is thicker.

In terms of battery life, the single ear can last for 7 hours, and with the charging case, it can have a long battery life of up to 28 hours. Apart, it is also equipped with a titanium-coated diaphragm, a high-tension HTW coil, and a high-thrust neodymium magnet, which can bring better sound quality performance.

In terms of noise reduction, it supports ANC dual-core active noise reduction, which cancels noise by releasing reverse sound waves and cooperates with two noise reduction microphones and the Al call noise reduction algorithm, which can greatly improve call quality.

In other respects, OPPO Enco R Pro also supports IP54 dustproof and waterproof, transparent mode, Bluetooth 5.2, and a minimum full link delay of 94ms.

Finally, the price was announced. OPPO Enco R Pro is priced at 499 yuan (around $64). It is now available for pre-sale and will be officially released on December 2. Users who purchase Reno9 can also get an immediate discount of 100 yuan ($13.99).

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