OPPO TWS Earphones patented in China with InEar Design

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OPPO TWS Earphones has now officially patented in China. OPPO, one of the renowned smartphone companies, launched its first truly wireless earphones the Enco Free in December last year. Although the earphones made a debut in the Nepali market on March-2020, it gathered a lot of praise.

After the launch of Enco Free, the company has continued to stir out several impressive earbuds in a bid to grab a share of the growing “hearables” market. A new OPPO-branded truly wireless earbuds have been patented with the Chinese patent office (CNIPA).

All about OPPO TWS earphones:

Oppo’s new wireless earbuds comes with premium level specs as it can adopt an in-ear design as well as a stem just like the Enco W51 TWS earphones that was launched earlier this month in China.

However, the primary difference between the two is their stem. This certified model has a short stem whereas the Enco W51’s stem is long. Moreover, the back of the earbuds seems to have a slight curvature and comes with a circular gold ring and a cut-out which must be for noise cancellation.

However, the certification listing doesn’t include much details of the earbuds specifications although we expect to have superior features such as active noise cancellation and deep bass.

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Also, as per its short stem, the microphone is likely to be sensitive. More to that it might come with other regular features such as Bluetooth 5.0, IP water resistance rating and possibly a durable battery.

The design correspondingly shows the along with the short stem, the OPPO TWS earphones will have a pair of pogo pins at its back for charging the earbuds inside the charging case.

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