Oppo Enco M32 price in India Surface Online ahead of January 5th launch: report

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The price of Oppo Enco M32 Neckband Earphones in India has surfaced online ahead of its January 5th launch in the country. According to a report, the introductory price of the Bluetooth earbuds will be lower than that of its predecessor, Oppo Enco M31. The news comes a few days after Oppo posted the full specs for the earbuds via an Amazon listing as well as on the official website. The USP of the Oppo Enco M32 is the fast charging technology and the long battery life of the earphones.

Oppo Enco M32 price in India, availability

Citing a teaser on Amazon, 91Mobiles reported that the Oppo Enco M32 headphones are priced at Rs. 1,499 in India, which is Rs. 500 less than the introductory price of the Oppo Enco M31. Gadgets 360 was unable to independently verify the entry because it may have been removed. In addition, there is no information on the price of Oppo Enco M32 on the Oppo official website either.

Oppo Enco M32 specifications

Oppo Enco M32 earbuds have an ergonomic rib design and magnetic earbuds that use a Hall-effect switch. They are equipped with dynamic 10 mm titanium-coated composite membrane drivers and have an independent bass chamber design for deep, powerful bass. The neckband has three buttons and a dual-device quick-change function. The earbuds use Bluetooth v5 and are rated IP55 for dust and water resistance.

The Oppo Enco M32 earphones are built with flash charging technology. According to the company, they offer up to 20 hours of playback in 10 minutes of quick charge. In addition, they should be fully charged in 35 minutes via a USB Type-C cable. According to Oppo, the earbuds can be used for music playback for up to 28 hours.

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