OPPO Enco Buds Could Be Company’s Next Ultra Budget Truly Wireless Buds Replacing Enco W11

Oppo Enco Buds will support Bluetooth 5.2

Oppo has a plethora of TWS products including Enco X, Enco Free, Enco W51, and Enco W31. The company might soon introduce a new pair of true wireless Earbuds under its Oppo Enco lineup. The upcoming TWS from the Chinese smartphone maker will be called OPPO Enco Buds, as Evan Blass tipped. Blass also shares a few renders of the upcoming Enco Buds in a voice post. The Enco Buds won’t have a stem design, instead, it will have Samsung Galaxy Buds-like design. The Enco Buds are said to make a debut sometime next month. Let us take a look at the renders,


The Enco Buds are likely to be the successor to the Enco W11 as Evan has mentioned in his post. This means that we are looking at a pair of affordable true wireless earbuds. Oppo is also said to have opted for the Bluetooth version 5.2 on the Enco Buds compared to version 5.0 on the Enco W11.

Similar to other Oppo TWS, it will have a pop-up pairing feature, but it will probably be limited to OPPO smartphone users only. We can expect the company to launch Enco Buds at a price similar to that of its predecessor – Enco W11, whenever it launches.

Evan hasn’t tipped the features or detailed specifications of the upcoming Enco Buds, but considering these are budget earbuds, it’s unlikely that we see features such as ANC on the upcoming Enco Buds. To recall, OPPO Enco X grabbed a lot of attention after launch due to the implementation of active noise cancellation. The Enco X was co-created with DVN audio, but it was the company’s flagship true wireless earbuds. What do you think of the upcoming Oppo Enco Buds? What is your guess on the pricing of the Enco Buds? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.