OPPO launched first-ever truly wireless earphones. The Enco earbuds launch in December 2019. Since the company has continued to launch out many awesome earbuds in an effort to increase its market share of the increasing “wearables” market. Now they patented a new OPPO-branded truly wireless earbuds with the Chinese patent department (CNIPA).
These wireless earbuds utilize an in-ear design as well as a stem just like the Enco W51 TWS earphones that were launched earlier this month in China. The crucial differentiating feature among these two is that this approved model has a small stem, whereas the Enco W51’s stem is rather long. These earbuds seem to come with a slight curving at the back. It also highlights a round gold ring and a cut-out for noise cancellation.
The certification listing doesn’t cover the specification details of the earbuds. Still, a report expects it to have features before-mentioned as active noise cancellation and deep bass—regular features like Bluetooth 5.0, IP water resistance rating, and possibly a durable battery.
The design uniformly shows the short stem will come with a pair of pogo pins on its back for charging the earbuds inside the charging case.