OPPO has partnered with e-commerce site Jumia on a three-day flash sale for the OPPO Enco W31 wireless earphones that had been launched last week together with OPPO A92 smartphone.
For the three days, starting June 2nd to June 4th, 2020, the W31 earphones shall be retailing at Ksh999, a massive discount from the Ksh7,999 retail price.
Before the launch of the A92 smartphone, OPPO had unveiled it’s OPPO Reno 3 in the Kenyan market which we unboxed here. Through binaural low-latency Bluetooth transmissions, dual-microphone noise cancellation during calls, IP54 dust and water resistance, and other features, OPPO is optimizing the audio experience for active smartphone users.
Binaural Low-Latency Bluetooth Transmission: The OPPO Enco W31 headphones feature binaural low-latency Bluetooth transmission, with Bluetooth connection stability and ultra-low latency. This ensures a fast and smooth transmission and delivers sound to both ears simultaneously, giving a highly synchronized audio. Meanwhile, system-wide optimizations intended to eliminate delay, incompatibility and other disturbances help boost signal quality for an undisrupted listening experience.
Dual-Microphone Noise Cancellation during Calls: OPPO Enco W31 features anti-wind noise chambers, two internal high-sensitivity microphones on each side, and an environmental noise cancellation algorithm designed to block out background noise during calls.
Ergonomic in-ear design and IP54 carefree listening: The earphone tip is designed ergonomically to bring a unique balance of comfort and stability. Having a rating of IP54, the headphones are professionally designed to be water and dustproof.
Immersive Audio Experience: In terms of audio quality, the OPPO Enco W31 headphones use dual composite thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPU) and graphene diaphragms designed to improve frequency response. Balance and bass modes are available to perfectly match your favorite music.
Smart connection and intelligent touch controls: Simply open the charging case to connect, and the headphones can sense whether they’re being worn, then automatically pause or play audio in response. With the easy-to-learn touch controls, operating the headphones has become easier than ever.