Smartphone manufacturer Oppo is introducing new wireless earphones to its budget Enco range, alongside the launch of its premium Oppo Watch wearables in the UK.
The Oppo Enco W51 wireless earbuds will arrive on 3 September on Amazon for £89, joining its Enco W31 and Enco W11 siblings which are already available on Amazon.
The Enco W51 will be the first in the series to deliver Active Noise-Cancellation, while the W31 and W11 that offer Electronic Noise Cancellation (ENC) and Adaptive Noise Reduction (ANR), respectively. The W51 uses a triple microphone set-up with a “noise-reduction chip” and promises to block even the harshest of ambient sounds, including winds up to 25Km/h.
While the new Oppo Watch prices flirt with entry-level Apple Watch prices, the Oppo Enco W11, Enco W31, and Echo W51 remain competitively under £100.
The Enco W51 packs in wireless charging while staying aggressively below the £159.99 asking price of standard AirPods, which don’t charge wirelessly or offer noise-cancellation. While it’s impossible to compare the sounds until the device becomes available, superior audio would make it a prime contender for our best budget wireless earphones of 2020 chart.
The Enco W51 will be available in two colour variants: Floral White (above) and Starry Blue (below).
The Enco W31 is available in black or white on Amazon for £69, while the Enco W11 which supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity is priced even more modestly at £45, while promising a 20-hour battery life.
Also see: The best budget wireless earphones of 2020