The OPPO Enco X is the company’s latest TWS earphones for the Philippine market.

As per the company, the OPPO Enco X was co-created with Dynaudio, who’s apparently a leading Danish HiFi founded in 1977.


The Enco X has a DBEE 3.0 Sound System that has newer materials, technologies, and structure compared to its predecessors.

On the inside, the Enco X has a Coaxial dual-driver design that separately handles the highs and mids-low frequencies, respectively. All of this is crammed in a small package thanks to the same technology found on its renowned PM-1 headphone.


LHDC Wireless Transmission is also onboard for clearer and rich audio transmission, which the company claims are better than the traditional SBC and AAC.

Of course, there’s the usual Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) feature, which comes in normal and max levels depending on how much you want to block out noise. But if you want to be aware of your surroundings, the Transparency Mode is also here. It has two dedicated microphones for this feature and another one for making calls.


OPPO also claims that its in-ear design can “understand your ears.” It only weighs 4.8g and comes with silicone tips with two hardness levels to ensure stability and comfort.

As for the battery, the OPPO Enco X can play music continuously for 5.5 hours with ANC on and a maximum of 25 hours with the wireless charging case.


Touch controls are also present, and a body that’s IP54 water and dust resistant — just enough for minor water splashes or being caught in the rain.

The OPPO Enco X has a price of Php6,999 in the Philippines and will be available in April 2021.

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