OPPO silently launched a new pair of neckband-style wireless earphones in China, known as the OPPO Enco M33. It is the successor to last year’s OPPO Enco M32, which was a downgrade from the M31. However, on paper, the new Enco M33 seems to be an upgrade over its predecessor, the M32.
Let’s delve into the features and specifications of the OPPO Enco M33 neckband-style wireless earphones.
The design of the OPPO Enco M33 bears a striking resemblance to the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z2. However, it does not have the wingtips present in the Enco M32. The earphones boast 12.4mm drivers and claim to deliver high-fidelity sound output. Nevertheless, they are neither high-res audio-certified nor do they support codecs like LDAC.
The drivers are slightly larger than those found in their predecessor, measuring over 10mm. Additionally, the latest model features up to 45dB of Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), making it the first in the Enco series to offer this feature. The product also provides AI-driven ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation) for call clarity. It has an IP55 rating, making it resistant to splashes, and suitable for outdoor use or light rain.
The Enco M33 connects via Bluetooth 5.2 and supports simultaneous pairing with devices running ColorOS (including Realme UI and OxygenOS). The earbuds come with a magnetic feature for easy pause/play functionality and quick call answering. There is an inline far remote control for music playback and energy/pairing. The package includes three units of ear pointers of various sizes and a USB Type-A to Type-C cable.
The OPPO Enco M33 is rated to last up to 28 hours on a full price with ANC disabled and extent set at 50%. With active noise cancellation enabled, the battery lifestyles is reduced to 20 hours.
An essential feature is the rapid charging functionality, with OPPO claiming that just 10 minutes of charging can provide up to 20 hours of battery existence (with ANC disabled).
The OPPO Enco M33 is priced at ¥249 (~$35) in China and is available in Obsidian Black and Cangling Green coloration alternatives. The product is currently available for pre-order within the location, and it’s miles anticipated to go into different markets in the coming days, just like its predecessor’s rollout strategy.
In end, the OPPO Enco M33 gives several compelling capabilities, including ANC, long battery existence, and speedy charging, all at an low-priced fee factor. With its stronger specs over the previous model, the Enco M33 appears to be a promising desire for customers seeking out a price range-friendly neckband-style wireless earphone option.