OPPO launches the OPPO Watch Free and OPPO Enco Air2 in the Philippines. The new accessories are now available in stores.

The OPPO Watch Free features a tall 1.64-inch 2.5D AMOLED touchscreen display and a lightweight design weighing only 3 grams. It has a ton of features, including OSleep All-scenario sleep monitoring, heart rate sensor, over 100 sports mode, movement reminders, and 5-minute relaxation videos designed to encourage office workers to relax and stay fit.

OPPO Watch Free Price in the Philippines

Like most smartwatches, it also has a range of productivity features such as Message Notifications, Incoming Call Notifications, Call Rejection, Find My Phone, and Music Playback Control.

Best of all, it has up to 14 days of battery life, over 40+ built-in watch faces, and AI Outfit Watch Face 2.0 feature that lets users create personalized watch faces.

The OPPO Watch Free is priced at Php 5,499, available in Vanilla and Black colorways.

Next, we have the new OPPO Enco Air2 TWS. The entry-level earbuds come with two new Enco Live sound effects — Clear Vocals which offer more detail to vocals, and Bass Boost to further enhance bass performance.

OPPO Enco Air2 Price in the Philippines

It’s powered by 13.4mm composite titanized diaphragm drivers. It comes with a charging case with a translucent lid, Bluetooth 5.2, and a decent battery life of up to 4 hours.

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The OPPO Enco Air2 also has an AI Noise Cancellation feature which automatically adjusts the audio when in a noisy environment, and updated smart touch controls. It can also be used by OPPO smartphone users as a remote camera control for hands-free operation.

The OPPO Enco Air2 is also out in stores with a price of Php 3,499.


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