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Vivo TWS 2 Earbuds features Bluetooth 5.2, Dynamic Active Noise Cancellation

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A successor for last year’s True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds from Vivo has been introduced by the company this will be officially known as the TWS 2 earbuds.

These new earbuds will feature DeepX 2.0 and DEEP-HD Ultra-Clear Audio Engine that includes three parts. There is the QHS high-bandwidth technology that adjusted the Bluetooth protocol and optimizes specifically the modulation method and packet loss information integration method through the transmission process. This doubles the Bluetooth transmission bandwidth from 3Mbps to 6Mbps.

A Bluetooth 5.2 is present and supported for aptX Adaptive audio decoding technology. There is also the Bluetooth antenna designed and developed by Vivo which helps improve Bluetooth signal reception performance. The connection is 20% stable while there is a 350-degree guarantee of overall coverage. There is also a 12.2mm driver unit and 88ms low latency mode, providing the best gaming experience.

The TWS 2 earbuds are also equipped with three microphones in order to reduce at least 40dB of noise which comes with a transparent mode and intelligent dynamic noise reduction. This will help assess the noise surrounding you and automatically adjust depending on the intensity of the noise.

It will be available in Blue and White colors and will cost 499 Yuan. There will also be the Vivo TWS 2e earbuds which are a cheaper version of the vanilla version. This will include a similar design, Bluetooth 5.2, and DeepX 2.0 however aptX Adaptive and active noise cancellation will not be featured. It also comes in similar colors and will cost 299 Yuan. Both versions will be available in China on June 1. As for the international release, we just have to wait for further announcements.

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