The new TWS earbuds by Oppo debuted with an 8mm dynamic drivers with AAC codec support. Inspired by the Samsung galaxy line up it comes in a bud shaped structure. From the design to structure it looks similar to the galaxy lineup and is very light with 4.4g each and easily portable as well. It’s charging case also comes with a slick design with 35.5g weight. Moreover, it also supports AAC format.
In terms of connectivity, the Enco W11 also comes with Binaural Simultaneous Bluetooth® Transmission that provides “less latency” and more “stable connection. What it basically means is that instead of receiving signals on one side and sending them to the other, it receives signals on both sides at the same time. This gives lower latency and hence, the connection is more stable.
Furthermore, it comes with IP54 water and dust resistance rating. Also, to strengthen the effect, the built-in Bluetooth 5.0 chip boosts resistance to signal interference, letting you enjoy uninterrupted audio.
Now, when it comes to durability, Oppo Enco W11 earbuds provide 5 hours of music playback and a total 20 hours of playback with the charging case which is quite commendable.
It also includes noise cancellation during phone calls and touches controls such as one tap for play/pause, double-tap for changing tracks or answering/ending calls, and three taps to activate voice assistance. As easy as it is to use, we can also adjust volume directly with the TWS earbuds.