Vivo TWS Neo with up to 22.5 hours of battery life and IP54 rating launched in India at Rs 5,990

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Vivo brings in its first-ever TWS earphones in India. Launched alongside the Vivo X50 series, the new Vivo TWS Neo comes with a range of unique features. They are priced at Rs 5,990 and will go on sale from July on Flipkart/Amazon. Let’s talk about the specifications and features of the all-new Vivo TWS Neo earphones. 

Vivo TWS Neo – Specifications 

Equipped with a massive 14.3mm moving-coil drivers on each earbud, which weighs at 4.7g. It comes with dual0channel transmission 2.0, which is thanks to QCC3046 chip, it also enables a Bluetooth 5.2 support and a low latency of 88ms, which is probably one of the lowest in the industry. 

Speaking about the battery life, it has up to 4.5 hours of battery life on a single charge with AAC coding and 50% volume. Whereas the charging case makes sure you get up to 22.5 hours of battery life. The charging case packs a 415mAh battery capacity. It uses Type-C port for charging and takes up to 100 minutes to charge from zero to hundred. While the buds take up to 45 minutes to get charged from zero to hundred. 

These new TWS comes with in-ear detection and comes with instant connection support. There are touch controls like double-tap, press and hold, and a volume slider, for controlling the functionalities of the new Vivo TWS Neo. It also comes with Ai noise controlling and dual-beamforming microphones. There is also a support of aptX, AAC, and SBC.

The Vivo TWS Neo comes in two colours, moonlight white, and starry blue. As far as the durability is concerned, it will sport an IP54 rating, further, the charging case will also have a water-resistant, according to the brand. 

What do you guys think of the new Vivo TWS Neo? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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