- The upcoming OPPO TWS earphones will have a slightly different form factor compared to the existing OPPO Enco lineup
- Now that the earphones have been certified their launch seems imminent
OPPO may be gearing up to launch new TWS earphones with in-ear design. The accessory has been certified by the Chinese certification authority CNIPA, revealing its design. The upcoming OPPO TWS earbuds will be different from the ones that the company has launched so far. The earbuds will have their design inspired by RHA TrueConnect truly wireless earphones. Per the certification, the OPPO earbuds will have in-ear design and a short stem that’ll stick out the ear canal just a little bit. The back of the earbuds seems to have a slight curvature. It also features a circular gold ring and a cut-out most likely for noise cancellation.
The earbuds’ specifications remain vague at the moment, but they’re likely to have touch controls. The microphones appear to be on the edges, while the stems have two pogo pins for charging. The patent reveals OPPO TWS earphones in Black hue, but the company may launch them in other colour options as well. That’s all the information we can share at the moment. Incidentally, this is second pair of in-ear TWS earphones by OPPO that we have come across recently; the previous design showed a longer stem.
In related news, OPPO has unveiled a new pair of truly wireless earphones in India, called OPPO Enco W11 TWS. The earphones have been priced in India at Rs 2,999 and will be available for sale in the country from June 27th. Unlike the patented earphones, the OPPO Enco W11 TWS earbuds have bean-shaped form factor. It touts Bluetooth v5.0 support, touch controls, and IP54 water resistance rating. The company claims that the TWS earbuds can offer up to 5 hours of music playback on a single charge.