Oppo just announced a pair of truly wireless headphones called the Oppo O-Free. The newly announced O-Free was designed by the company to pair with their recently unveiled Oppo Find X that comes with a sleek sliding-camera
The Oppo O-Free is built off of Qualcomm’s QCC3026 chipset which was recently announced, the new chipset was designed to make it easier for companies to make truly wireless headsets and save them the headache of building theirs from the scratch. The O-Free will also come with Qualcomm’s TrueWireless Stereo technology for better connectivity and power management. Oppo notes that users will be able to get about four of music listening time off a charge, and an additional 12 hours with the charging/carrying case. Just like the color variants of the Find X, the O-Free comes in both red and blue options
As for pricing, the O-Free will set you back at 699 Yuan (around $106 USD) when they go on sale in China in August. The company also noted that those who buy the Find X Lamborghini edition will get a free pair of the O-Free headphone with their purchase.