Oppo Enco X, Enco Air and Enco Play True Wireless Stereo (DWS) earbuds will receive a software update in December, which will be available on the Enco Free 2 and Enco Free 2i. One of the biggest additions is the dual-tape camera control that allows users to take pictures or record video by tapping the earbuds twice. The Oppo Enco Free 2 also comes with a newer version of the dual connectivity support that allows earbuds to be connected to both devices simultaneously.
As announced on Weibo, the software update for the Oppo Enco X, Enco Air, Enco Play and Enco Free 2 will be released in China on December 1st. However, it may take some time to reach users around the world.
This update will enable Enco X, Enco Air and Enco Play with the Double-Tap Camera Control feature introduced in the Enco Free 2 earlier this year. It allows users to record videos or take group pictures or selfies by tapping the earbuds twice.
Oppo has developed Double-Tap Camera Control as a feature for its devices running at least ColorOS 11.3. Users need to open the default camera app on their mobile to access gesture control.
With the Double-Tap Camera Control, the Oppo Enco X earbuds will get the customized sound boost feature available on the Enco Free 2. It uses a software algorithm to adjust the audio playback based on the sensitivity of your ears.
Phones running ColorOS, Android 6.0 and later and iOS have a customized Sound Boost feature. For non-ColorOS phones, the HeyTap application must be installed to enable customized treatment.
Oppo is also upgrading the Enco Free 2 earbuds that were launched in May. The update, designed for the new Enco model, will bring dual connectivity support already available on the newly launched Enco Free 2i. This is enabled by default and allows users to connect devices with earbuds.
This feature works on both ColorOS and non-ColorOS devices, although the latter requires the use of HeyTap. Privacy use is available as a source for obtaining firmware updates on all Enco earbuds.