OPPO, the global technology brand, has introduced its latest wireless earbuds, the OPPO Enco Air3 Pro, to the UAE market, with a price tag of Dhs349.
These earbuds have garnered attention for their unique features, including the world’s first bamboo-fiber diaphragm, high-resolution sound capabilities, and adaptive Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
OPPO Enco Air3
Drawing inspiration from the ancient bamboo papermaking process, OPPO presents the world’s first bamboo-fiber diaphragm in the Enco Air3 Pro.
This diaphragm offers several advantages, including being 60% lighter, 56% more rigid, and possessing 63% more internal damping than conventional diaphragms. These enhancements contribute to a high-fidelity sound experience that transcends the 40kHz barrier.
High-Resolution Audio and Smart Features
The OPPO Enco Air3 Pro supports LDAC and HWA gold-compliant audio, ensuring the preservation of every auditory detail. With features like Golden Sound 2.0, Enco Master tuning, and OPPO Alive, users can tailor their listening experience. Additionally, the earbuds provide intuitive device switching, up to 30 hours of usage, and quick charging.
Adaptive ANC and Overall Performance
Equipped with 49dB adaptive Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), certified by TÜV Rheinland, these earbuds adapt to various real-world scenarios. They also offer a Transparent Mode for staying connected to the surroundings. Dual microphones and AI noise cancellation guarantee clear calls, even in windy environments. Furthermore, the earbuds are rated IP55 for dust and water resistance, making them suitable for outdoor activities.
Experience the Future of Audio
The OPPO Enco Air3 Pro’s arrival in the UAE market represents a significant step in the evolution of wireless earbuds. Its innovative features, combined with a competitive price of Dhs349, offer consumers a compelling option for an elevated audio experience. With its emphasis on sound quality, smart capabilities, and a sleek design, the OPPO Enco Air3 Pro is poised to make a notable impact in the audio industry.