OPPO presents new wireless headphones OPPO Enco W51. They are distinguished by an active noise cancellation system, a powerful dual-core processor and three microphones for high-quality voice transmission.
OPPO W51 is equipped with a new architecture dual-core digital chip, which uses active noise reduction circuitry and intelligent optimization of link control algorithms to improve signal stability. Regardless of the location, the Enco W51 can eliminate low frequency constant noise, thereby guaranteeing clear sound and quality content transfer. An external microphone detects and filters ambient sounds, and an in-ear design helps block out mid and high frequency noise. The model uses an internal microphone to filter out residual noise.
The headphones are equipped with a Bluetooth 5.0 chip, which provides fast and high-quality sound transmission, guaranteeing a stable connection at a distance of up to 10m from the connected smartphone. The touch control system makes it easy to control calls and music, making it much easier to switch tracks, call the voice assistant and adjust the noise reduction level for any use scenario.
The balance of speed and stability of the connection is ensured by a dedicated transmission channel, flash memory technology and simultaneous signal transmission to each earphone. These features reduce latency to 94ms.
The overall autonomy of the Enco W51 is 24 hours with noise cancellation turned off. In addition, for 15 minutes of charge, the device will provide listening to your favorite tracks with active noise cancellation for up to 2.5 hours. For the first time, an OPPO headset supports wireless charging technology as well as the Qi protocol.