Oppo is making its wearables, Oppo Enco X and Oppo Band, available in the Philippines. By bringing these smart devices to the country, the smart device brand manufacturer is further strengthening its commitment to pursue breakthrough and innovative technology beyond smartphones.
Oppo Enco X (P6,999 or around $144) is now available in leading e-commerce sites in the country and at selected Oppo concept and online stores. The Oppo Band (P1,699 or around $35) in black color variant is now available in the same sales channels while the purple version will be released in May 2021.
Made in partnership with Danish loudspeaker brand Dynaudio, the Oppo Enco X wireless earphones are powered by a “one-of-a-kind” acoustic system and acoustic structural design. Built with Binaural Low-Latency Bluetooth Transmission, the earphones now have greater stability, system-level ultra-low latency optimization, and even stronger latency reduction.
The Oppo Band features a continuous blood oxygen monitoring function that works even when the user is asleep. While that feature is meant to detect arising health problems stemming from sleep and heart rate-related issues, the Oppo Band is also meant to help users to #ActivateYourHealth and make workouts easier. With 12 workout models, it is ready to receive data on a user’s heart rate when they do a variety of exercises. The data is then analyzed through the HeyTap Health app, which sends users notifications on their health and motivates them to continue staying fit.
It also comes in a basic sports version and a style version, each making adjustments to allow for maximum comfort.