OPPO has launched the new Enco range comprising three new true wireless earphones ranging from $149 to $349.

A recent OPPO study found that price and audio quality are the most important considerations when looking for new earphones among 30% and 29% of consumers respectively. The majority of Australians (62%) are only willing to spend up to $150, while one-quarter (24%) are happy to spend up to $250 and one in 10 (9%) are comfortable spending up to $350.

The Enco Air earphones, priced at $149, offer powerful and dynamic audio enriched with Vocal Enhancement mode that makes voices more apparent, combined with Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.

Coming with a powerful 12mm dynamic driver and intelligent software, the Enco Air deliver deep bass, clear highs, and rich mid-range tones. Low range audio frequency is further enhanced with the dedicated bass duct.

Boasting up to 24 hours listening time and up to 15 hours call time, intelligent fast charging capabilities provides eight hours of playtime after just a 10-minute charge.

Using adaptive AI noise cancellation, the Enco Air are ideal for crisp and clear voice calls. Each earbud comes with two built-in high sensitivity microphones to pick up voice signals and separate ambient noise.

Joining the Enco family is the Enco Free2, priced at $199, offering a more tailored audio experience with Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and Sound Equaliser feature to create a customised sound profile. Designed in collaboration with Danish Hi-Fi company Dynaudio, the Enco Free2 delivers rich natural sounds.

The earbuds can intelligently optimise the noise cancelling curve based on the structure of the ear canal, offering a personalised noise cancelling experience. Plus, with the advanced ANC chip, the Enco Free2 has a noise cancelling depth up to a frequency of 42dB.

The earphones also come with six high-sensitivity microphones, three on each earbud, that work in synergy to enhance voice while cancelling out background noise. Transparency Mode lets users hear ambient sounds on the go.

Coming with 30 hours of total playtime when combined with the charging case, the earphones are also equipped with the latest Bluetooth 5.2 hardware and binaural transmission for a stable wireless connection.

Rounding out the range is the OPPO Enco X earphones, priced at $349, featuring four tailored noise cancellation settings. The DBEE (Dynamic Bass Enhanced Engine) 3.0 Acoustic System adopts a coaxial dual-driver design typically found in high-end audio devices.

In the front, a magnetic balanced membrane driver handles high frequencies and in the back a triple-layer composite dynamic drive handles middle and low frequencies. Dual speakers positioned on parallel axes ensure natural and high-definition audio output.

Users can stream up to 25 hours on a single charge, with wireless charging also supported. The OPPO Enco X is compatible with a range of Bluetooth devices and complements Dolby Atmos audio on selected OPPO smartphones.