Oppo Enco Air3 Pro from Oppo looks like any other wireless earbud. However, its drivers are made of a different material, making it unique. The rest of the features are similar.

In terms of design, the Oppo Enco Air3 Pro is similar to its predecessors. The earbuds are similar to Apple AirPods, but the charging case is oblong.

They have bamboo fiber drivers that are 12.4mm in diameter. This product is the first TWS in the world to use such a driver.

Connectivity is via Bluetooth 5.3. Multiple codecs are supported, including LDAC, LC3, AAC, and SBC.

Oppo’s Hi-Res Audio Wireless earbuds offer a spatial audio feature developed in-house. Additionally, gaming is supported by 49dB ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) and 47ms low latency.

Touch gestures can be used to control the buds. Multi-device connectivity is also supported.

A full charge of the IP55 earbuds allows them to last up to seven hours. The charging case can extend this number to 30 hours. This endurance data is for AAC encoding without ANC.

There are two color options available for the product: Bamboo Shadow Green or Blue Frost White.

The Oppo Enco Air3 Pro will cost Rs.4999/- in India. It goes on sale from July 11 via Amazon, Flipkart and all leading offline retailers.