A few days ago, Oppo’s sub-brand Realme launched its Truly Wireless headphones ‘Reality Buds Air’ in the Indian market. On Thursday, Oppo also launched its Truly Wireless headphones ‘Inco Free’. The company recently introduced them to the Inno Day 2019 conference. Currently, it has been launched in China where it costs around 7 thousand rupees. It is available in Pink, White and Black color options. Seeing the increasing craze of Truly wireless headphones in the Indian market, it can be said that Oppo will soon launch it in India as well. In the last few days, many tech companies from India and abroad have launched their Truvi wireless headphones in India.
Oppo Truly Wireless Earphones Enco Free
Can change songs with slide controls …
- In terms of looks, it looks exactly like Apple AirPods. However, the recently launched Reality Buds Air seems to be a copy of Apple AirPods. But there are some features in Oppo Echo Free that make it different.
- It has an Auro Glow design and slide controls are given. That is, to give it control or command, the button has to slide with fingers.
- While the volume can be changed from its left-side device, songs can be changed from the right-side device. However, standard tap controls can also be used.
- Inno Free has 13.4 mm, dynamic drivers. These dual microphones support beamforming technology.
- LED indicators are also given with the branding of Oppo on the headphone case, which gives it a slightly different look. The right side of the case has a pairing and reset button.