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Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro review: A solid pair of affordable Wireless Earbuds


Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro review: A solid pair of affordable Wireless Earbuds

Along with the Oppo Reno 10 series, the brand has announced the Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro true wireless earbuds in India. As the name suggests, this product is the successor to last year's Oppo Enco Air 2 Pro.

This TWS was originally called the Oppo Enco Free 3 in China. It was first presented during the launch of the Oppo Find X6 series in March.

These headphones are available in India for £4,999 (~$60).For the price, you get plenty of high-end features like 49dB active noise cancellation, surround sound, LDAC support, and more. More importantly, these are the world's first wireless headphones with bamboo fiber diaphragms.

Oppo India sent me a pack of Enco Air 3 Pro with Oppo Reno 10 Pro Plus. After using TWS for the past few days, here are my thoughts on it.

The Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro is slightly different from the Oppo Enco Air 2 Pro.But you can easily tell them apart by their colors.

Both are available in white except for special colours. The new Air 3 Pro can be offered in a striking green variant, while the Air 2 Pro comes in a matte shade of grey.

The clear cover is back on the latest model, as are the left/right indicators on the IP55 earcups. Dimensions and weight are essentially the same.

The charging case fits in even the smallest bag. However, just like their predecessor, the glossy finish of the case and earbuds make them prone to scratches.

However, I really enjoyed the headphones because of the features they offer besides the sound quality. You can switch between three different sized ear tips (S, M and L) for the perfect fit.

The stage of the Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro is well balanced.Noticeably wider frequency levels can be heard. None of the frequencies obscures the others.

Their frequency response is 20-40 kHz, which is rare for TWS in this price segment. The specs on paper definitely match actual performance.

I found them suitable for listening to music of all genres.There's something for everyone with these headphones, and they don't even cost that much.

I haven't experienced a loss of connection on any device I've tried it with. You can connect and switch between two devices at the same time. 

The ANC on the Enco Air 3 Pro is commendable given its price. You can lose yourself in the music and focus on your task without outside distractions.They are also useful for connections.

The headphones support in-ear sensing and touch gesture control. These features work as expected with no issues. Almost all functions of the headphones can be controlled via gestures.

If you need access to  more features, you need to open the Hey Melody app on your smartphone. If you use a smartphone/tablet from the Oplus group (Oppo, OnePlus and Realme), you do not need the  app mentioned, as the functions are integrated into the system software. 
 You can activate the LDAC function in the app. Unfortunately I couldn't test it because I don't have a subscription to any high definition music streaming service. 
The companion app also has some cool features like Golden Sound which offers a personalized sound based on the structure of the ear canal.You can also test the fit of the headphones and experience Oppo's approach to surround sound called Oppo Alive Audio.

Then you have the standard options of customizing gestures, finding headphones, managing dual connections, controlling the camera shutter and updating the firmware.

The only thing the app lacks is a manual equalizer. Instead, you get three factory presets, namely Original Sound (which I recommend), Bass Boost, and Natural Inspiration.

Finally, battery life is average when using ANC.You can get about 20 hours of battery life with the charging case.

For £4,999 the Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro are a solid pair of true wireless earbuds. It costs £1,500 more than the Oppo Enco Air 2 Pro and offers far more than it can compete with premium TWS offerings. If you're looking for wireless headphones for up to ₹5,000 look no further than the Oppo Enco Air 3 Pro.

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