Yesterday, at the OPPO Reno4 series new product launch conference, OPPO officially launched their first active noise reduction true wireless headset, the OPPO Enco W51. It supports ANC noise reduction and wireless charging, along with a slew of other features.
OPPO Enco W51 adopts the “2+2” noise reduction solution, which is composed of a high-end dual-core digital noise reduction chip with new architecture + ANC dual active noise reduction technology. At the same time, OPPO Enco W51 also has three microphones for uplink call noise reduction.
The third microphone is located in the stem, picking up the sound in the ear canal and blocking out sound from the outside world. It’s one of the first TWS earbuds to implement a system-level sound quality compensation algorithm, which can allegedly restore sound details from before noise reduction and reduce sound quality loss.
The Enco W51s support wireless charging, with a total of 24 hours of battery life when left turned on and 4 hours of continuous playback. It uses a dual-core Bluetooth 5.0 chip, which allegedly brings down the sound delay to around 47ms. The machine has three colors: velvet white, feather black, and azure.
The OPPO Enco W51 is currently available on pre-sale in the OPPO official mall site and JDmall.com. In Jingdong, you can participate in the activity of paying a deposit of 10 yuan to 40 yuan, and the final price is 469 yuan ($66).