Oppo has just revealed its new wireless headphones named as O-Free which bear the same design language as recently released Oppo Find X flagship smartphone. This Oppo’s O-Free wireless headphone is equal to Apple’s AirPods in terms of design. And when it comes to its features, O-Free takes on a Google Pixel Buds. One of the most dazzling features O-Free headphone is loaded with is a real-time translation. So, if someone says something in a language that you don’t understand, you will hear the translated context.
Digging down a little bit more inside O-Free wireless headphone, it comes with a True-Wireless stereo technology which syncs the audio between two earbuds (left and right) with no delay. Moreover, you will find some gesture-supported media controls. Hence, you would be able to play, pause, stop the music from the in-ear headphones when you are about to have a call on your phone.
In terms of prices, Oppo’s O-Free in-ear headphones set you back 699 Yuan. After conversion, Oppo O-Free Wireless Headphones Price in Australia comes to around AU$142.
As far as Oppo O-Free wireless headphones release date is concerned, it will be available in China in August, whereas the company has not said a word on the global availability.
The Oppo O-Free headphones will also enable users to activate the voice assistant when you are on the go. The battery inside O-Free wireless headphones is claimed to give you enough backup – almost 4 hours – to continue mush playback. There will be a case inside the box which allows you to charge the O-Free wireless headphone to extend the battery life up to 12 hours.
The Oppo O-Free wireless headphone is said to be very compact and come in Black with either Copper Blue or Bordeaux Red Accent colour.