Oppo Enco Buds Review with Pros and Cons: Should you buy?


I’m not as excited by high-end buds as I am by good-sounding entry-level buds. It demonstrates how quickly actual wireless benefits are making their way down to the cheap basement. Players in the ecosystem, such as Oppo, have played a significant role in the rise of low-cost TWS earbuds on the market. And, like you, I’m curious to hear how fantastic the new Enco Buds sound, which will be released at a price of ₹1,999.

I recently acquired a pair of Enco Buds, and while it is too early to comment on the sound quality, we will unbox them and see what we get for the asking price.

Oppo Enco Buds

It’s worth noting that this is simply Enco Buds, with no alpha-numerical modifiers.The name is also screamed in big bold letters on the container, along with an illustration of the white buds. The highlight characteristics are stamped on one of the sides. The following items are included in the box:

  • Earbuds
  • Charging case
  • 3 pair of ear tips
  • Quick start guide
  • Safety guide

Let’s Start

Case for Oppo Enco Buds

Enco Buds are packaged in a cobble-shaped case that is small enough to fit in your coin or regular pocket of jeans. It’s also possible to fidget with it in your palm. The clean, gleaming white surface is pleasant to the touch.

The Oppo logo is at the top, with trademark marks and notes at the bottom. On the front, an LED indicator blinks green to indicate a full charge, yellow to indicate a medium charge level, and red to indicate a low charge level. A USB-C port is located on the backside.

With two hands, the case may be opened without much friction. The closing clasp makes a pleasant tuck sound. The little buds would be found within this cradle. It’s also not difficult to pluck them out.

Now it’s over to the buds —

Oppo Enco Buds

Enco Buds fit comfortably in the ear canal. Because there is no stem, all touch operations are performed on the buds’ outward-facing surface. I wouldn’t say it protrudes much, but the gleaming white paint makes it stand out. Thankfully, it’s totally in-ear, and two spare tips of various sizes are included. If the one you’re using isn’t quite perfect, you can quickly switch to them.

they are so light. As a result, you should not have any long-term wear tiredness with these.The buds have an IP54 rating for ingress protection, which is fantastic.

Let’s talk about controls and pairing now.

Usability of the Oppo Enco Buds

The buds begin the matching process as soon as you open the case.All you gotta do is to select Oppo Enco Buds in your phone/tab/laptop’s Bluetooth scanning screen.With certain Oppo phones, the process is much easier: simply place the buds and the phone in close proximity, and a setup prompt will show on the phone, prompting you to follow the instructions. It will be speedy, but there will be limited support for the time being.

The connection will occur every time you remove the buds from the case from now on. It should be noted that this will only work with the latest recent connected device.

Press the contact area of both buds for 4 seconds to reset and restart the pairing procedure, and presto, the pairing process begins. Follow the same setup steps as before.

If more information is needed, it can be found in the supplied manual.

For mono audio, there is the option of listening to a single bud.

The HeyMelody app allows you to install and control a few aspects of the buds’ functionality (available on both Android and iOS app stores).

The software allows you to modify controls, select Game Mode, and install a firmware update while also showing the battery status on both buds.

I realise it’s fairly basic, but it gets the job done.

The taps and presses can be programmed to control music playback, adjust volume, activate game mode, and summon your phone’s voice assistant.

A reset option is also available. You must unplug the buds from the device and place them in the case to accomplish this. Leave the lid ajar. After that, force-touch the top surface of either bud three times until the indicator blinks red. This indicates that the reset is complete.

Enco Buds by Oppo: Audio

The Oppo Enco Buds have an 8mm dynamic driver with a frequency range of 20Hz to 20KHz. It supports SBC and AAC codecs and works on Bluetooth 5.2 channel.

I haven’t given it enough time to form an opinion. The same is true for —


Enco Buds by Oppo: Battery

I’ll put it in my ears in the coming days to see how long it lasts between charges. According to the claims on paper, a single charge lasts 6 hours and the charging case lasts a total of 24 hours. Note that these statistics are based on the buds being utilised at 50% capacity. The charging connector is USB-C, which is excellent for the price. That means you can charge it with any regular Type-C cable converter.

And, finally —

First Impressions on Oppo Enco Buds

This new pair of Oppo earbuds boasts interesting features like Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, intelligent call noise reduction, smooth connection process, 80ms low latency game mode, bass-driven sound from its 8mm driver with AAC coding, 24 hours of battery life, touch controls, IP54 water and dust resistance, and an ergonomic build for the asking price of ₹1,999 (excluding offers). What remains to be seen is whether all of these perform as stated.and if they give Enco Buds the bragging rights to be the best TWS buds under ₹2,000 in India. You’ll have an answer to those questions in our full review. So stay tuned for that.

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