During the Oppo Reno 10 launch event, the company also announced a new pair of truly wireless earbuds. Oppo Enco R2 is the official name of this budget audio accessory.

Along with a few interesting features, it offers a basic set of features.

The Enco R2 is available in a single gold-white color option. Its charging case resembles a pebble, while its buds resemble Apple AirPods. Compared to the body, the lid has a bright gold accent. While open-ear type buds are white in color.

These earbuds are equipped with 13.4mm drivers and a Cadence HiFi5 audio processor. Spatial audio is enabled by this chipset. Despite being a budget model, the buds only support SBC and AAC audio formats.

Bluetooth 5.3 is used to connect the buds to devices. Additionally, they support multi-point connections. ColorOS devices can seamlessly pair with these earphones, just like other Oppo earphones.

On a full charge, the Oppo Enco R2 lasts for 6 hours. It is possible to extend the endurance to 25 hours by using the charging case. For charging, it uses a USB Type-C port.

In China, you can pre-order the earbuds. As of now, it is unknown if they will be released in other countries. The Oppo Enco R2 will cost 349 Yuan (Rs.4100/-) in China.