Oppo Enco Air2 Review
The latest earphone from Oppo is the Enco Air2. This product has 13.4mm drivers and comes with Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity for your convenience, but it also features touch controls so you can take advantage of its Hey Melody app support as well! It’s priced competitively at Rs 2,499 – making them an excellent choice if affordability matters to you most when picking out a new pair or upgrading old ones like mine. The sound quality on offer from these earbuds is clear and crisp, but does it keep up with the competition in other areas? Find out for yourself by reading our full review!
While the Oppo Enco Air2 looks eerily similar to Apple’s iconic AirPods, they don’t really stand out when in your ears. The case does have a half-translucent design that allows you see what’s going on with those tiny little earbuds inside of it! It also comes equipped with USB Type C charging port and LED battery indicator at front top part – making this sleekly designed pair perfect for any outfit or occasion despite its small size.
Some people may not get an adequate fit with these lightweight earphones. They can pop out when exercising or running due to their half-in design, which is why we prefer silicone eartips for a more snug and stable experience on your ears! The lack of passive isolation also means that if you’re listening at loud volumes then others around will be able hear what’s going on outside just enough so things like conversations won’t get lost in the mix too much.
The build quality of the Oppo Enco Air2 is pretty run-of -the mill and it isn’t the most secure fit you can get at this price.
Oppo Enco Air2 Feature
The OPPO Enco Air2 has app support, The HeyMelody app offers a variety of features for users to enjoy. One important feature is game mode, which creates an optimized sound profile based on your listening habits and activity level so you can get the most out its crisp highs without sacrificing any bass or treble during workouts. There’s also EQ presets called “Enco Live” with different enhancements like original sounds (natural), Bass Boosts & Clear vocals – each preset has its own unique personality depending what kind of music it will be used in conjunction too! Users are able customize their earpiece controls by double tapping twice when using two handsets simultaneously through Singles service. You can choose between seeking tracks and pausing/playback on music as well as Game Mode which reduces latency down by 80ms when enabled within this app. But unfortunately iOS users don’t get access through apps so they must use another platform like Spotify or Apple Music instead…
The earphones are IPX4 rated for water resistant features and can be used in the gym or while working out, with stable connectivity throughout. They also have an interesting set of extra’s including Bluetooth v5.2 that will keep you up-to date on all your senses!
Oppo Enco Air2 Performance
The Enco Air2s are known for their booming sound that will shake your ears, but it’s not too bad because of the over-emphasized bass and mids. The highs are slightly missing in action though so you can only hear music at full volume with these on!
The bass of the Oppo Enco Air2 sounds slightly muffled in comparison to other headphones as it is underemphasised. However, this doesn’t affect how well these work for most modern-day music genres such rock and classic where detail isn’t lost from being overemphasized or underrepresented respectively due their emphasis on different elements at varying volumes within songs .
The Oppo Enco Air2 is a great choice if you need AI-powered noise cancellation for your calls. The microphone picks up the caller’s voice clearly but it also absorbs ambient sounds, which means that there are some disruptions when using this device in an environment with lots of background noises like city life or airports (especially since they don’t offer any form on silencing). However indoors where less distractions exist – such as at home during sedentary times spent communicating solely via phone call–the mic performs admirably well enough to have clear conversations without much hassle!
Oppo Enco Air2 Battery Life
The Oppo Enco Air2’s battery life is lacking when compared to other headphones. While it provides a day’s worth of juice with earbuds and charging case combined, the wireless playback on these alone only lasts 4 hours – which means you’ll need another charge if using them wirelessly or want more time without interruption from your phone!
The Enco Air2 earbuds come with a charging case that can charge them up to full in approximately 1.5 hours, but it does not have fast charging support like some other models do!
The Oppo Enco Air2 is a pretty good deal with its 13.4mm drivers and support for the HeyMelody app, but in reality it falls short when competing products offer more features at lower prices like Realme Buds Q2 or DIZO-Buds Z Pro that also have longer battery life compared to these headphones from “Oppo”. This may not seem like much of an issue unless you want Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) mode which has been absent here since we’re talking about cost effective models -but if your priority list includes audio quality over anything else then look elsewhere!
Oppo Enco Air2 Unboxing Video
Oppo Enco Air2 Pros and Cons & Expert
The Oppo Enco Air2 is a pretty good deal with its 13.4mm drivers and support for the HeyMelody app, but in reality it falls short when competing products offer more features at lower prices like Realme Buds Q2 or DIZO-Buds Z Pro that also have longer battery life compared to these headphones from “Oppo”.
- comfortable to wear for long durations,
- Bass is very good
- Too bad for gaming
- Game mode not works proper