On April 25 this year, Vivo released Vivo X80 and Vivo X80 Pro phones. As reported by GSMArena in mid-August, sources claim that the venti Vivo X80 Pro+ will be released this September, and that the machine is not just an upgrade of the X80 series, but an entirely new product.
Today, digital blogger @Digital Chat.com responded to comments on Vivo’s flagship wireless headset by saying that Vivo does not have X80 Pro + super-sized models and will directly start the X90 series. The blogger’s revelations are different from previous reports by GSMArena and whistleblower @Yogesh Brar. We need to wait for more official information on whether Vivo has an X80 Pro + flagship.
As for Vivo’s flagship wireless headset, the blogger revealed that it (or Vivo TWS 3) is on its way, featuring a similar in-ear design as its predecessor, with the frosted battery compartment button moved to the side. Meanwhile, the headset supports 40+dB active noise reduction, adaptive EQ, and independent DAC.
Vivo released its first active noise cancelling headset Vivo TWS 2 on May 20 last year, priced at 499 yuan. Vivo TWS 2 can achieve up to 40dB noise reduction, supports intelligent wear detection and intelligent noise reduction, and uses a 12.2mm sound unit.
In terms of battery life, the single battery life of the earphone is 4.5 hours when the noise reduction mode is turned on, 8 hours when the noise reduction mode is turned off, and 30 hours when the earphone is paired with a charging case.