OPPO Enco Buds 2 with Up to 28 Hours Battery Life, 10mm Driver Setup Launched in India: Price, Specifications

The OPPO Enco Buds 2 are priced under Rs 2,000.

OPPO has launched the Enco Buds 2 in India as the successor to the Enco Buds, which were launched back in September 2021. The Enco Buds 2 comes with improved battery life, better connectivity, a better driver setup, and more. With all the improvements on the inside, the newly launched OPPO true wireless earbuds cost less than the last gen TWS.

As for the design of the new OPPO Enco Buds 2, it comes with a stem design, which is an upgrade. The TWS is priced under Rs 2,000 and will compete against the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo, Redmi Buds 3 Lite, Realme Buds Q2s, and more from brands like Noise and Boat. Let’s take a look at the details of the Enco Buds 2.

OPPO Enco Buds 2: Price and Availability

The OPPO Enco Buds 2 are priced at Rs 1,799 and these buds will be available in the Black colour option. The TWS will go on sale via Flipkart and OPPO e-store starting August 31st.

OPPO Enco Buds 2: Features and Specifications

For starters, the OPPO Enco Buds 2 will be an in-ear style designed with a stem. On the inside, the Enco Buds 2 will be backed by a 10mm large titanized driver, which is designed for powerful and rhythmic bass. The TWS will also support Dolby Atmos and there is also support for AI noise cancellation for calls.

In terms of battery life, these TWS are rated to last up to 28 hours with the included case and 7 hours on a single charge with just the buds. There is also support for fast charging, rated to last up to 1 hour with just 10 minutes of charge. Other features include game mode with 80ms low-latency and IPX4 dust and water resistance rating. The TWS will offer Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and support AAC and SBC codecs.

Other features include USB Type-C charging, instant connection, HeyMelody app support, 20 Hz – 20 kHz frequency response range, and touch controls to control music and calls. There is also an option to enable double tap to control the camera to click photos.

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