The Oppo Reno 8 series was just released in China. The portfolio includes the Oppo Reno 8, Reno 8 Pro, and Reno 8 Pro+.
The Oppo Pad Air, a new low-cost tablet, and the new Oppo Enco R earphones were also unveiled at the event. This post will go over the features and costs of the Oppo Pad Air and Oppo Enco R buds.
The 10.36-inch IPS LCD screen on the Oppo Pad Air features a resolution of 2,000 x 1,200 pixels. Unfortunately, it only offers a 60 Hz refresh rate, but we presume that there wasn’t enough room for a higher refresh rate considering the display’s size and intended price. For immersive multimedia, the slate also offers Quad Speakers with Dolby Atmos. The device lives up to its Air tagline with a weight of only 440 grams. Surprisingly, the main rear camera is 8 MP, while the front-facing camera is 5 MP.
In the Oppo Pad Air, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC is combined with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. To expand the storage, a micro SD card can be utilized. Because cellular access isn’t an option, you’ll have to rely on Wi-Fi networks. The phone, in any case, runs ColorOS Pad, a new Android 12 skin. A 7,100 mAh battery powers the lights and supports 18 W rapid charging.
Oppo Pad Air’s price and availability
Star Silver and Fog Grey are the two color options for the Pad Air. The entry-level model is priced at CNY 1,299 (about $195). CNY 1,699 ($255) for a higher-end model with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Oppo also sells additional accessories such as a keyboard cover and a stylus.
Specifications for the OPPO Enco R
The design of the OPPO Enco R is comparable to that of Apple’s first-generation AirPods. Its tips are curved to fit your ears pleasantly. The stems are labeled left and right to make it much easier to figure out which pod goes into which ear. At barely 3.5 grams, the Enco R earbuds are likewise exceptionally light (individual earbuds).
The earbuds include huge 13.4mm dynamic drivers for a clean, balanced sound profile. Bluetooth 5.2 provides connectivity, and the AAC audio codec is supported. For gaming, the earbuds offer a 94ms low latency mode, as well as touch control for controlling media, answering calls, and accessing the voice assistant. The device also has a unique feature that allows it to record video or snap images using the camera of the attached smartphone. To enable this mode, pull out one of the earphones and double-tap its back.
The earphones meet IPX4 standards for sweat and splash resistance. Although the Enco R lacks adaptive noise cancellation, it does provide an AI-based noise reduction capability for calls.
Each earbud comes with a 27mAh battery that is rated to last up to four hours on a single charge. With the charging case, which includes a 300mAh battery, the earbuds can play for up to 20 hours. Finally, the charging case features a USB Type-C connection for quick charging.
OPPO Enco R’s Price and Availability
In China, the OPPO Enco R is available for pre-order for 299 yuan ($45). The earphones will be available for purchase beginning May 31.
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