Vivo has officially launched the Vivo TWS Neo earbuds in China alongside the launch of its flagship Vivo X50 series. Last week this pair of earphones was listed on the company’s official website with full specifications and price. Now the company officially announced it in China with the price range of CNY 499. This is a premium earbuds series which features an upgrade over its predecessor version and has an Apple AirPods like the outer design.
The new earphones come with a comparatively large 14.2mm dynamic driver and other incredible premium features. It comes with upgraded Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and Qualcomm aptX Bluetooth Codec support feature. The most remarkable feature of the Vivo TWS Neo earbuds is the low latency for intensive activities such as gaming and video streaming. Low latency enables users to enjoy seamless activities with extra comfort. Another important feature is its ability to produce excellent sound quality.
Vivo TWS Neo offers low latency
Vivo TWS Neo features a two-microphone system to enhance the quality of voice calls. Further, the deep Stereo mode enables you the customized listening with Super bass mode, transparent voice mode, and high pitch mode. You can select the mode depending upon your needs and the content you are listening to. The Adaptive aptX codec ensures the superior quality sound with reduced data audio data loss. This pair of earbuds are available in two color variants of Blue and White. Further, the earphones are IP54 rated for water and dust particles resistance.
According to the official claims, the Vivo TWS Neo earbuds provide the 27 hours playback that combines with the charging case. The charging case comes with a USB-C port and no support for wireless charging. The earphones offer the 5.5 hours playback on standard AAC codec and 4.2 firs adaptive aptX codec. The new pair of earbuds also have support for voice assistants. At present, the earbuds are launched in China and soon company will launch it to the Indian market in a few weeks. The specifications and price make it a highly competitive device among its rivals.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.