Oppo has unveiled the launch of new wireless Bluetooth headset, dubbed as Oppo O-Free, in China. The headset comes with a price tag of 699 Yuan (approx. Rs 7,300) and it will go on sale in the country in August.
The latest earbuds from Oppo and it features TrueWireless technology, which is basically an in-built smart chip that automatically syncs the left and right ear sounds with the phone easily. The company claims that the headset offers up to 4 hours of continuous playback on a single charge. The device also comes with a charging case, which comes with a battery life of up to 12 hours.
The brand claims that the charging case can easily charge the device up to 3 times. The device is powered by Qualcomm QC5100 chipset and it comes with Oppo’s voice assistant. It also offers translation, which could be similar to what we have seen in Google Pixel Buds. The earbuds also offer music control like adjusting volume, play or pause a song and change the tracks, among others.
Meanwhile, Oppo is scheduled to hold an event on July 12 in India where it is expected to launch the latest Oppo Find X. It is likely that the brand might also introduce the wireless headset along with its flagship device as well.
To recall, Oppo Find X was launched at an event in Paris earlier this month. The smartphone is priced at 999 Euros which is approx. Rs 79,000. The Oppo Find X comes in Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue colours and will be available starting from August.
Oppo Find X comes with a whopping 93.8 per cent screen-to-body ratio which is slightly higher than the one on the recently announced Vivo NEX which comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 91.24-percent.
Oppo has opted for the pop-up camera mechanism which we first saw with the Vivo Apex concept at MWC 2018 in Barcelona and followed by the Vivo NEX. The mechanism is motorized and can pop up in half a second to open the camera. As per Oppo, the sliding mechanism was tested to 300,000 slides the average person unlocks their phone 100-150 times a day.