Together with vivo X90 here are the vivo TWS 3 and TWS 3 Pro: when you say quality

As well as smartphones from the series vivo X90, the Chinese tech giant has unveiled its flagship all-wireless headphones vivo TWS 3 and 3 Pro. They come in two flavors (Standard and Pro) and support active noise cancellation, low latency, high quality lossless audio, and long battery life. It's definitely headphones from the very high quality: this is also confirmed by the price which, obviously, is not low at all. 

The vivo TWS 3 and TWS 3 Pro debut together with the vivo X90 series. The headphones they are the top on the market, with a really high price

The vivo TWS 3 use the processor Qualcomm S3 recently introduced, while the Pro version got the most powerful chip Qualcomm S5. Both models support connectivity Bluetooth 5.3 and can use the aptX Lossless and aptX Adaptive audio codecs. According to the Chinese company, they provide higher sound quality than the best quality CD-ROMs.

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The headphones use 12,2mm dynamic drivers and the frequency range is from 5Hz to 40kHz. Is there support for the 360-degree spatial sound. For TWS 3, the active noise reduction up to 48 dB

while for the Pro version up to 49 dB. The delay is 55ms for both models. In the case of the standard vivo TWS 3, the battery life is indicated up to 10 hours (up to 40 hours when charging from the case) with noise canceling off. Decreases autonomy for for TWS 3 Pro up to 6,8 hours (up to 30 hours with case)

The normal price of the TWS 3 is approx €70 (converted from the yuan) while approx €140 for the Pro version. The debut, as for smartphones, is for the moment only and exclusively in China. We don't know when and if the TWS headphones will also come to us in Europe and Italy.

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