This audio device is said to come with many improvements compared to its predecessors.
The TWS earphones feature a dual driver setup with 11mm dynamic drivers paired with 6mm planer diaphragm drivers.
The Enco X2 uses Bluetooth 5.2 with the LHDC 4.0 transmission protocol which allows it to support code rates up to 900 kbps. It also offers support for the standard AAC and SBC audio codecs.
The device has a 38 dbV/Pa microphone setting that offers multiple levels of noise blocking including Smart Noise Cancellation, Max Noise Cancellation, Moderate Noise Cancellation, Mild Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode, and Vocal Enhancement. The three microphones on the Enco X2 use Bone Voiceprint to reduce noise during calls.
This TWS is claimed to be able to offer up to 9.5 hours of music playback on a single charge without noise cancellation. It can be extended up to 40 hours with the charging case.
With Max Noise Cancellation and a 50% volume level, the Enco X2 can provide up to 5.5 hours of playback on a single charge and 22 hours with the charging case.
The Enco X2 can provide up to 2 hours of music playback with just 5 minutes of charging time. The earphones are said to take 1 hour to fully charge, and the case is said to take 90 minutes to fully charge. It can be charged via the USB Type-C port or wirelessly.
The OPPO Enco X2 comes with IP54 water and dust resistance certification and weighs 56.4 grams. Each earphone weighs just 4.7 grams each. OPPO announced that the Enco X2 will be available in black and white, priced at 199 euros