The Oppo Enco X, Enco Air, and Enco Play are getting new features such as double-tap camera control.

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On December 1, the Oppo Enco X, Enco Air, and Enco Play, as well as the Enco Free 2, will receive an update.

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The Oppo Enco X, Enco Air, and Enco Play true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds will receive a software update in December that will include features found on the Enco Free 2 and Enco Free 2i. The Double-Tap Camera Control, which allows users to capture images or record videos by double-tapping the earbuds, will be one of the most significant additions. The Oppo Enco Free 2 will also receive a new software version that will include dual-connectivity support, allowing you to pair the earbuds with two devices at the same time.

The software update for the Oppo Enco X, Enco Air, Enco Play, and Enco Free 2 will be released in China on December 1, according to Weibo. However, it may take some time to reach users all over the world.

The update will bring the Double-Tap Camera Control feature to the Enco X, Enco Air, and Enco Play, which debuted on the Enco Free 2 earlier this year. By double tapping the earbuds, users can record videos, take group photos, or take selfies.

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Oppo has added Double-Tap Camera Control as a feature to its devices that run at least ColorOS 11.3. To use the gesture control, users must first launch their phone’s default camera app.

Along with Double-Tap Camera Control, the Oppo Enco X earbuds will get Personalised Sound Boost, which was previously available on the Enco Free 2. It employs a software algorithm to adjust audio playback based on the sensitivity of your ears.

The Personalised Sound Boost feature is compatible with phones running ColorOS, Android 6.0 and later, and iOS. To enable the personalised treatment on non-ColorOS phones, install the HeyTap app.

Oppo is also updating its Enco Free 2 earbuds, which debuted in May. The update for the new Enco model will include dual-connectivity support, which is already available on the recently released Enco Free 2i. It will be enabled by default, and users will be able to connect up to three devices with the earbuds.
The feature is compatible with both ColorOS and non-ColorOS devices, but the latter require the HeyTap app. The proprietary app is also where you can get firmware updates for all Enco earbuds.

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