OPPO Enco Air2 Review

OPPO Enco Air2

OPPO sent off its most recent financial plan wireless earbuds — the OPPO Enco Air2 in India last week. This has a 13.4mm unique drivers, further develops the battery duration, has a 80ms low inertness game mode, and accompanies the most recent Bluetooth 5.2 with AAC sound codec. All in all, are these great TWS mini headphones in range? In this review, let us discover.


The Oppo Enco Air2 features Apple’s AirPods-inspired half-in-ear design. In fact, the earbuds don’t really stand out in your ears because they look like the older AirPods. On the other hand, the half-translucent design of the case makes it stand out. The cover of the case is clear permitting you to look at your headphones from outside. The case is additionally incredibly smooth and minimized. To such an extent, that you can undoubtedly take these in any event, while wearing thin pants. The front of the case sports a Drove battery marker and the base houses the USB Type-C charging port.

Coming back to the earbuds, these are extremely light, despite the fact that they may not be particularly striking in appearance. You won’t receive silicone ear tips because the earbuds have a half-in-ear design. Therefore, despite their lightness, some users may not get a proper fit, particularly those with smaller ears. Regardless of whether you figure out how to inspire them to sit in your ears sensibly safely, they might jump out while practicing or running. Hence, we favor headphones with silicone eartips since they give a substantially more cozy fit. The half-in-ear design also makes it harder to be passively isolated, so if you don’t listen to music at ridiculously loud volumes, you shouldn’t have any trouble hearing your surroundings.

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With everything taken into account, we’re not excessively dazzled with the Oppo Enco Air2’s fabricate or fit, since they are pretty average to check out and the fit isn’t the most solid you can get costing this much.


The high-quality audio codec AAC is supported by Bluetooth 5.2 on the OPPO Enco Air2. The affiliation range is around 10 meters, which is ordinary in numerous headsets, and affiliation quality is perfect. The matching system is exceptionally simple, basically open the case with the tiny headphones. Presently open the Bluetooth settings on the telephone, and it appears as OPPO Enco Air2, and you can interface with it.

It doesn’t have Google quick matching mode or double matching to coordinate two gadgets all at once, which is fine since you can’t expect it in the cost range. The touch controls are not difficult to access since the stem of the tiny headphones are long.

Volume control is a decent expansion, yet there is no single tap control for play and respite, which would have been helpful since the headset doesn’t have Shrewd wear recognition. You should remap the twofold tap or triple tap highlight for play/stop. You can likewise twofold tap any bud to snap a picture when you open the camera, yet it requires an OPPO telephone running ColorOS 11.3+.

The Hey Melody iOS or Android app’s settings let you change the controls. This works without an alternate application in OPPO phones running ColorOS 11 or later. Twofold tap and triple tap controls can be altered. The triple tap is set to empower game mode of course.

The OPPO Enco Air2 has a dynamic driver with a 13.4 mm diameter that produces bass-driven sound. The sound is punchy in the bass, but the mids and highs are just average. Sound from the miniature headphones are clearly. Other than the default settings, there are Bass lift choice, in the event that you really want more bass for music, or you can choose clear vocals choice assuming you are paying attention to digital recordings or syndicated programs. Since these are not in that frame of mind with a tight seal like ear tips, you will obviously hear the external clamor assuming you are close to a jam-packed climate.

The low-inactivity gaming mode is helpful while gaming since it decreases the dormancy. The organization says that the dormancy is decreased to 80ms in the gaming mode during inner testing. When you triple tap the right earbud, you can also quickly enter the gaming mode. When you enter and exit the mode, you are notified.

OPPO says that the Enco Air2 include man-made intelligence Commotion Wiping out to recognize human voices from foundation clamors when you’re on a call. Voice clearness was great for calls inside, yet it doesn’t remove wind commotion or traffic clamor when you use if for calls outside. For the price, these have average call quality and good audio quality overall.


The Oppo Enco Air2 doesn’t especially dazzle with regards to battery duration. While it gives a day of battery duration with the headphones and charging case consolidated, the miniature headphones alone just give 4 hours of consistent remote playback. This is on the lower side with regards to contest. With ANC turned off, both the Realme Buds Q2 and the DIZO Buds Z Pro provide seven hours of continuous playback. In our tests, the volume was set to 80%, and the earphones lasted for 3 hours and 45 minutes, which is not very impressive.

The Enco Air2 likewise doesn’t uphold quick charging, which is upheld on both the Realme Buds Q2 and the DIZO Buds Z Pro. Energizing the headphones to full from void requires roughly 90 minutes.


The OPPO Enco Air2 are decent Bluetooth TWS earbuds for the price that offer loud, bass-driven audio, two custom sound effect options, IPX4 ratings, customizable controls, including volume controls, and a long battery life. However, the call quality is just average, and the design might not impress everyone. The OPPO Enco Air2 are good Bluetooth TWS earbuds for the price.

The OPPO Enco Air2, come in white and blue tones, is valued at Rs. 2,499. It is available at a discounted price of Rs at the OPPO online store and Flipkart as part of the launch offer. 1,999 for a restricted period.

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