Vivo TWS Neo: new Qualcomm chipset, minimum latency and up to 27 hours of operation
Along with the X50 camera phones, Vivo introduced fully wireless TWS Neo headphones. They are built on the basis of the new Qualcomm chipset with aptX Adaptive sound enhancement technology, support different sound styles, and have impressive battery life.
Vivo TWS Neo is based on the new Qualcomm QCC3046 chipset with support for Bluetooth 5.2 and aptX Adaptive technology. It not only improves the sound quality with a wireless connection but also reduces the delay. As a result, Vivo managed to achieve one of the lowest indicators among TWS headphones - only 88 milliseconds.
The headphones are equipped with 14.2 mm dynamic drivers and a set of microphones that provide intelligent noise reduction algorithms to eliminate extraneous sounds in noisy places. In addition, the proprietary DeepX technology provides three different sound modes: powerful bass, clear voice, or high-frequency selection.
You can use swipes to control music playback, adjust the volume, activate the voice assistant, and accept and reject calls. On a single charge, the Vivo TWS Neo can run for 5.5 hours in standard-quality audio playback mode, or 4.2 hours with maximum quality and active aptX Adaptive technology. Taking into account charging from the complete case, the total battery life is an impressive 27 hours.
In China, Vivo TWS Neo will cost $70. Availability in other regions is not yet reported.