Vivo TWS 3 Pro Released For the First Time at 999 yuan ($139)


Vivo officially released the new X90 series, and also brought you the world’s first true Hi-Fi wireless headset – vivo TWS 3 Pro, starting at 999 yuan. 

According to reports, vivo TWS 3 Pro is the industry’s first full-link wireless true Hi-Fi, which solves industry problems such as lossless audio transmission, ultra-low distortion decoding, and ultra-wideband sound units.

At the same time, it also brings a new computational acoustics technology, which can optimize sound quality in real time according to different human hearing curves, earphone structures, and wearing states, supports spatial audio for head tracking, and cooperates with video platforms to provide massive multi-channel film sources.

In terms of sound quality, the vivo TWS 3 Pro has a built-in 12.2mm ultra-wideband sound unit with 3 layers of nanocomposite diaphragms, a frequency response range of 5Hz-40kHz, and a sound range twice that of traditional sound units.

In terms of noise reduction, this headset has a maximum noise reduction depth of 49dB, and a noise reduction frequency range of 4000Hz. The comprehensive noise reduction ability has been doubled, which can effectively eliminate more noise, and can also change according to environmental conditions, intelligently Adjust the level of quietness and comfort. ???

Not only that, but the headset has set a record for battery life, with a maximum listening time of 10 hours at a time and 40 hours with a charging box.

The new product also supports 55ms game low latency, non-sensing body temperature monitoring, Vlog 3D binaural recording and other interactive experiences beyond the flagship level. In addition, vivo also released a TW3 standard version, priced at 499 yuan.

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