The Oppo Enco Buds are available at a price of Rs. 1,599 in India. You can choose from two different colours- Blue and White.
Simply head to Amazon or Flipkart to buy these TWS. You can also purchase them from the official website of Oppo.
Let’s see what all you will get in the box of the Oppo Enco Buds
- Two additional pairs of eartips
- User Guide
As we move ahead with the Oppo Enco Buds review, let us first talk about the specs in brief.
- Connectivity: Bluetooth V5.2
- Supported OS: Android, iOS
- Battery: Up to 24 hours of playback time with case
- Weight: 45g
The Oppo Enco Buds feature a simple design but have a sturdy build. The case is made of plastic and has a regular oval shape like any other TWS. The overall weight of the TWS is 45 grams which are light. Also, I liked the compact size of this TWS. I could easily slide it into my jeans pocket. The case has a small LED indicator on its outside.
Talking about the buds, they have a plastic back but are quite sturdy. Furthermore, each bud weighs just 4 grams, and hence they are quite light in weight. I wore the buds for around two hours, and not for once did I find any discomfort in my ears.
Also, I loved the in-ear design of the Oppo Enco buds, which avoids any chance of the buds falling down out of your ears, even when walking or running. On the buds, you will see a small microphone on the outside and two charging ports inside.
The buds come with an IP54 rating which makes them resistant towards sweat and dust.
Moving ahead with the Oppo Enco Buds review, it is time to talk about the audio quality you get here. If I have to sum up the audio quality in one word, I would call it- Balanced. All the lows, mids, and highs are perfectly balanced.
I used the buds for most of the genres of the song, like rock, loud, party music, soft songs, etc., and I did not miss any beat when listening to music through it. The bass is just the best for the price you are paying. The highest volume is not that loud, so there is no chance of audio leaks.
Coming to the noise cancellation feature, I am a fan of the Intelligent noise cancellation option that Oppo Enco buds have to offer. I used the buds in high-traffic areas, crowded cafes and in my office. The results have been the same everywhere- no trace of the outdoor noise was heard by the person on call on the other end.
On paper, the Oppo Enco Buds offer a battery life of 6 hours on a single charge, but when I tested it, I got five hours of battery life. This is not bad, but there are competitors offering better battery life. However, with the case, you get a battery life of up to 24 hours which is much better.
I used the Oppo Enco buds for calling, and in that case, it lasted for three hours without the case and 15 hours with the case. I would rate the battery life of Oppo Enco Buds 4 and a half. Charging the TWS with the case took me almost around three hours.
An important aspect- fast charging support is missing here, which can be an issue when you are in a hurry, but if your case is fully charged, it can charge the buds fully in two hours only.
Finally, in my Oppo Enco Buds review, I will talk about the features and connectivity options. The TWS come equipped with the advanced Bluetooth V5.2, which is known for a solid, stable connection. I had a very pleasant experience with the connectivity of the buds. There was no connection drop or distorted connection throughout.
The buds are touch sensitive. A single tap can play/ pause the audio. Double tap can play the next sound, while triple tap lets you enter the game mode. You can also increase or decrease the volume by touching and holding the buds.
I found the controls quite responsive. However, in rare instances when I had to adjust the buds back into the ears, the touch resulted in unwanted play/pause of the audio.
If you are using an Oppo smartphone, you don’t need to install any additional app to customise the bass and audio settings. However, if you don’t have an Oppo phone, you can simply download the app “Hey Melody” on it. It offers you a lot of additional customisable features.
That brings me to the final segment of the Oppo Enco Buds review. The TWS brings a lot to the table at such a basic price, and that makes it even more special. What’s more, the buds can offer you an immersive listening experience and a great battery life that could last the entire day on a single charge.
I really enjoyed the overall experience of the TWS. And in my honest opinion, the Oppo Enco Buds have to be on the top of your priority list if you are looking for the under 2000 TWS in the market.