At the Oppo Find X launch event in China, the company also launched Oppo O-Free Wireless Bluetooth Headset. The ultra light-weight headset, which is designed for lower power consumption, uses Qualcomm’s chipset.
It comes with a built-in smart chip that synchronizes the left and right ear sounds with the phone without any delay. For this, it uses Oppo’s TrueWireless Stereo technology. The headset also allows users to easily adjust volume, music playback as well as changing tracks with simple operation.
Oppo has revealed that it is powered by Qualcomm QCC3026 chipset that was introduced today. It is a flash-programmable Bluetooth Audio System-on-Chip (SoC) that was purpose-built to take fully wireless headphones to the next level. The chipset can offer up to 50 percent reduced power consumption, increased functionality, and faster performance.
Along with music playback and answering calls, the headset also comes with support for translation as well as Oppo‘s smart voice assistant. Just like other wireless headsets, the Oppo O-Free Wireless Bluetooth Headset also comes with a built-in battery that is claimed to deliver four hours of continuous playback. The playback can be expanded with the charging case that adds another 12 hours of juice.
The Oppo O-Free Wireless Bluetooth Headset is priced at 699 Yuan, which roughly converts to $106 and will be available for purchase in China from August, around the time when SuperVOOC version and the Lamborghini Edition of the Oppo Find X will go on sale in China.
Currently, there is no information about the availability of this headset in regions other than China. However, Oppo has scheduled a launch event in India on July 12 where the company is expected to launch its flagship smartphone — Find X. There’s a possibility that the Oppo O-Free could also get launched in India at the same event.