OPPO Enco Buds2 Pro available now for under $100

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Less than a week since they were announced at MWC, OPPO has today launched the Enco Buds2 Pro true wireless stereo earbuds in Australia.

These new earbuds come packed with specs, but with an affordable $99 price tag.

You get 12.4 mm drivers, with a titanised vibrating diaphragm to provide better response. OPPO claims that the combination delivers fantastic high-frequency playback.

There are three sound profile options to choose from in order to match the playback to your preferred listening style: Balanced, Bass and Bold.

Each earbud only weighs 4.3 grams, and features IP55 dust and water resistance. OPPO claims you’ll get 8 hours of battery life from a single charge when listening, and up to 4 hours if you’re on a call.

The included case can stretch that battery life up to 38 hours of music playback or 20 hours of call time.

Better with OPPO phones

There is a lot of competition in the true wireless earbuds space, and so it makes sense that OPPO offers additional benefits for owners of the Enco Buds2 Pro who also own an OPPO smartphone.

When paired with an OPPO smartphone, the earbuds unlock both Dolby Atmos support and Dirac Audio Tuner, which offers advanced algorithms for optimising audio playback.

That allows you to customise your playback based on your location, or even based on what you’re listening to.

When you’re on a call, dual microphones and OPPO’s AI clear call algorithm promise to help minimise background noise so you can clearly hear and be heard in a conversation.

Pricing and availability

The Enco Buds2 Pro, available in Granite White, are now on sale through OPPO Australia’s Online Store for $99.

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  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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