Vivo previously announced that it will bring full-link wireless Hi-Fi technology to music lovers and will release the world’s first true Hi-Fi wireless headphones.
According to blogger Digital Chat Station, the headset is the upcoming Vivo TWS 3.
The new headset will launch in China with Qualcomm S5 QCC5171 Bluetooth chip, built-in 12.2mm moving coil unit, independent DAC chip and DSP module, and support adaptive EQ, ultra-broadband noise reduction.
It is understood that DAC chip built into vivo TWS 3 can make use of its super-strong digital-to-analog conversion capability to achieve ultra-low full-link noise distortion and high signal-to-noise ratio, thus achieving intelligent noise reduction.
In contrast, vivo’s previously released vivo TWS 2 wireless headphones can achieve up to 40dB noise reduction, using 12.2mm driver unit, and support Deepx 2.0 stereo effect.
In addition, the longest battery life of vivo TWS 2 is 4.5 hours with the noise reduction mode on, 8 hours with the noise reduction mode off, and 30 hours with the charging case with the noise reduction mode off.
In terms of price, Vivo TWS 2 will be priced at 499 yuan, while the new vivo TWS 3 will be priced at more than 1,000 yuan.