Oppo Enco Air 2 may look like Apple AirPods, but the earbuds are highly affordable and retailing at Rs 2,499 (also available at Rs 1,999 during sale). This price tag may attract many customers as OEMs continue to ditch wired earbuds in the box and 3.5mm jack on their mid-budget smartphones. The Oppo Enco Air 2 also look very attractive on paper as they promise loads of features despite the affordable pricing. The earbuds’ key features include HeyMelody app support, Bluetooth 5.2, and large 13.4 audio drivers. Customers can also choose between White and Blue colour options – another good addition to this pricing. Overall, the Oppo Enco Air 2 may look ideal for many budget-oriented customers, but the earbuds aren’t perfect.
Design: The Oppo Enco Air 2 blatantly copies Apple AirPods’ hard case design, meaning there are no silicone ear tips for a snug fit. That does not mean the earbuds look bad, but some users may have apprehensions about buying rip-offs. However, the earbuds are extremely light and rest nicely in your ears without causing discomfort. I’ve maintained in my old reviews that I prefer over-ear headphones over TWS earbuds since I am not blessed with big ears. Therefore, badly designed TWS earbuds end up hurting my concha – the outer hollow area next to the ear canal. Thankfully, that wasn’t the case with Oppo earbuds.