As we have said many times, the TWS headphone market is becoming more competitive nowadays. The so-called headphone section advances along with smart watches to the section being worn. It is natural to see more and more smartphone manufacturers launching products to compete with this trend. One of the companies that recently joined this division is Oppo. In December last year, the company announced the first real wireless headphones – the Enco Free. Since then, the Chinese giant has continued to make a lot of headphones in an effort to gain a share of this competitive and growing market. Now, it seems that there is a new pair of OPPO TWS headphones as the new headphones come patented with the Chinese Patent Office (CNIPA).
The latest Oppo wireless headphones have an in-ear design, as well as a stem similar to the Enco W51 TWS headphones released earlier this month in China. The main difference between the two is that the newly certified model has a short stem while the W51 stem is quite long. The back of the headphones also has a slight curvature. Last but not least, it has a circular gold ring and a cut most likely for noise cancellation.
Unfortunately, there are no details on the specifications of the new OPPO TWS headphones. However, we expect them to include advanced features such as an active noise canceling microphone. Given the fact that it has a short stem, it probably comes with a very sensitive microphone. Other expected features are Bluetooth 5.0, IP water resistance rating and possibly a durable battery. Wireless charging is basically confirmed as the design reveals a pair of pogo for charging the headphones inside the charging case. It is worth noting that the patent shows the headphones in black. However, Oppo is likely to reveal additional color options.
Oppo has introduced the Enco W11 TWS in India
In related news, Oppo has introduced a new pair of truly wireless headphones in India. The new headphones are called OPPO Enco W11 TWS. The new headphones are priced in India at Rs 2,999 (~ $ 40) and will be released tomorrow, June 27th. Unlike the headphones in the recent patent, the Enco W11 TWS is shaped like a bean. This is a new popular form factor for headphones. They have Bluetooth 5.0 support, touch controls, IP54 water resistance rating. According to the Chinese giant, the new TWS headphones can offer up to five hours of music playback on a single charge.