Oppo launches wireless headset Enco W51 and new smartband


Chinese manufacturer Oppo recently launched two new accessories: the wireless headphones Enco W51 and the smart bracelet Oppo Band. The devices were introduced in China and are now available for purchase in the country.

Inspired by the Enco W31 model, Oppo’s new wireless headphones feature an in-ear design, reach up to 35 dB and have noise cancellation. To guarantee a quality result with technology, the product has a total of six microphones.

Enco W51 headsets also have reduced latency mode and, when used with compatible smartphones, work with a delay of only 47 milliseconds. The use of Bluetooth 5.0 also ensures a stable connection to the audio source within 10 meters.

The accessories have an IP54 certificate and support for quick recharge. Thus, feeding the charging case for just 15 minutes guarantees up to 9 hours of use. With the full charge, which takes 80 minutes, it is possible to use the devices for up to 24 hours, according to the manufacturer.

Oppo Band

The Chinese manufacturer also unveiled the Oppo Band, a new smart bracelet that comes in two models. While the most affordable edition has a TPU bracelet, the premium version has a metal finish and can even be bathed in gold.

In both editions, the product has a colorful 1.1 ” AMOLED screen. The product covers 100% of the DCI-P3 spectrum and has more than 160 interfaces to customize the display of information.

The Oppo Band has water resistance and works even when it is submerged in up to 50 meters of water, which allows use in swimming pools and the mapping of water sports. The smart bracelet has more than 10 exercise modes, in addition to monitoring sleep and heartbeat.

The product also comes with support for notifications on the wrist and NFC technology, which allows payments using systems like AliPay. The battery lasts about 14 days, according to the manufacturer, and the full charge can be done in an hour and a half.


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