The company Oppo, recently announced the smartphone Find X with a unique design, introduced its first fully wireless headphones O-Free to suit the flagship.
O-Free headphones are based on the new chipset Qualcomm QCC3026, designed to reduce the cost and simplify the manufacturers of assembling their wireless headsets. This chip, like the flagship QCC5100, also supports TrueWireless Stereo technology, which synchronizes the sound of the left and right earphones, greatly reducing the delay, and also reduces power consumption to increase battery life. However, you can forget about the codec aptX HD in O-Free, here there is the only aptX.
The headset received the function of integration with the voice assistant Oppo and support for voice control, but probably only in Chinese. As for autonomy, the manufacturer claims about 4 hours of continuous music playback. With the case that comes with the kit, headphones can be charged three times, that is, the total listening time reaches 16 hours.
The novelty is produced in black with bright accents in the form of blue and burgundy strips to match the smartphone Find X. The cost of the headset in the local market will be about $106. On sale, O-Free will arrive in August this year, but buyers of a special version of the flagship Find X Lamborghini Edition will receive headphones for free with the device.
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