As we saw a few minutes ago, the Oppo brand launched several products at the conference held today. These include the new ones Oppo Reno4, Reno4 Pro Oppo band and, as anticipated in the title, also a new pair of TWS headphones, the Oppo Enco W51 and the Oppo 5G CPE T1 modem / router; let's find out more!
Official Oppo Enco W51 and Oppo 5G CPE T1: The best wireless technology for everyone
The new Enco W51 arrive with a new solution for noise reduction called "2 + 2", that is we have a high-end dual-core digital noise reduction chip with new architecture combined with an active double noise reduction technology ( ANC). This allows you to increase the noise reduction bandwidth of the headset which can be extended to 2,5 KHz, with a maximum noise reduction power of 35 dB.
TWS headphones also have a noise reduction technology called three-microphone uplink, with the third microphone located near the mouth that detects the sound in the ear canal, without interference from the outside world. This means that even with the wind at 25 km / h like when riding a bicycle or by the sea, you can chat with the interlocutor clearly and without having to pull out the smartphone. The feature is easily activated with a double click on the left ear button to reduce noise, while with a double click on the right ear we change tracks or answer a call; with three clicks the voice assistant and other controls are activated.
The research and development team has optimized the Enco W51 to make it the first true pair of wireless headphones in the industry that implement a high-level sound quality compensation algorithm. This technology restores detail in the sound and reduces the quality loss of typical noise reduction technology. So the sound quality will be maximized and the noise will be reduced.OPPO Acoustics
In addition, the Enco W51 also uses a 7mm composite graphene double diaphragm diffuser. The refined design inside the headset is capable of producing a powerful, bright and very immersive sound at both high and low frequencies. At the same time, the headphones support AAC HD audio encoding and SBC audio format.
Finally, Oppo's W51s come with support for Bluetooth 5.0 and for Qi wireless charging, which allows us to recharge 15 minutes for up to 3 hours of listening. When, on the other hand, we have the batteries of the headphones and those of the case fully charged, it can reach up to 24 hours of autonomy. As if that wasn't enough, the case also supports wireless reverse charging to even charge a smartphone.
The OPPO Enco W51 with noise cancellation will be available for pre-order on the OPPO official website, the store on Tmall and the Jingdong store starting at 21pm on 5 June. The price will be 499 Yuan, about 62 euros.
Let's now move on to the new Oppo 5GCPE T1, a new router that integrates a Qualcomm X55 5G modem capable of converting 5G signals to WiFi 6, therefore 4G smartphones such as the iPhone 11 will finally be able to enjoy the pleasure of the 5G network (at least in China).
The Oppo 5GCPE T1 is a "mobile" router as it is not connected to any network cable. As mentioned above, it uses a Snapdragon X55 modem produced by Qualcomm with support for NSA and SA networks. The received 5G signal is then transformed into WiFi 6, but there is also support for 5G WiFi and 2.4Ghz. We also have MU-MIMO technology to further speed things up.
Oppo's 5G CPE T1 will be pre-sold starting June 5 and will be priced at 1999 yuan, around 250 euros.