- A new pair of OPPO TWS earbuds have been spotted on FCC, suggesting their imminent launch
- The earbuds come with a stem design much like the OPPO Enco W31
- The OPPO truly wireless earbuds will rest in a square-shaped case with rounded corners
OPPO could be working on yet another truly wireless earbuds as they have now received the FCC certification in the US, as discovered by 91mobiles. While the listing doesn’t reveal the hardware specifics of the earbuds, the live images reveal the complete design in its full glory. The upcoming TWS earbuds look similar to the OPPO Enco W31 earbuds with a long stem design. The earbuds seem to feature a polycarbonate build, meaning they could be an affordable version of the Enco W31. There’s a microphone on each earbud for better call quality and they might feature touch sensors on the stem. The carry case has a typical boxy design with USB Type-C port support for charging.
OPPO Enco W31
Coming back to the OPPO Enco W31, the TWS earbuds come with a binaural low-latency Bluetooth transmission, anti-wind noise chambers and two internal high-sensitivity microphones on each side. The OPPO earbuds feature environmental noise cancellation algorithm that blocks out noise during calls. They are available in pink, white, and black colours.
The OPPO Enco W31 connect to the smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0 and have an instant connect feature. They also feature AI uplink noise cancellation for calls and the company claims the system-wide optimisations can eliminate any delay or lag during music playback. Each earbud houses a 31mAh battery and are said to last up to five hours on a single charge. The 410mAh capacity inside the charging case will offer an additional 20 hours of music playback or three hours of talk time. The OPPO Enco true wireless earbuds have a 13.4mm dynamic driver and a driver sensitivity of 120db. It charges via USB Type-C port and the earbuds are IPX4 water-resistant.