Vivo TWS 4 Wireless Earbuds Debut With Qualcomm S3 Gen 3 Sound platform, HiFi Audio Support, and More


Vivo TWS 4

Vivo TWS 4 earbuds have made their official debut in China. The wireless buds are among the first to feature Qualcomm S3 Gen 3 Sound platform. But that’s not only the highlighted aspect of the buds. There are many things that Vivo did right with its new audio accessory.

As for the pricing, the standard Vivo TWS 4 debuted at CNY 399 in China, which is around $55, while the HiFi edition comes at CNY 499, around $70. The buds will be available for purchase in China from April 3.

Main Highlights of Vivo TWS 4

As mentioned earlier, the Vivo TWS 4 has a standard edition and a HiFi edition. The latter is focused on offering higher details and richer audio. To deliver that, the HiFi earbuds feature aptX Lossless audio codec. The standard version also has high-end codecs, which include LDAC and aptX Adaptive.

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Vivo TWS 4 earbuds

Another difference between the two is the sound platform. The Standard Vivo TWS 4 has Qualcomm S3 Gen 2, while the HiFi version sports the recently launched Qualcomm S3 Gen 3. With this, the HiFi edition of the earbuds promises an enhanced listening experience.

Main highlights of TWS 4

Other than that, both the two versions of the Vivo TWS 4 are identical. That means you get 12.2 mm drivers inside the earbuds that are tuned for detailed audio output. There are special acoustic diaphragms that are of ceramic tungsten material. Also, the wireless earbuds have advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) tech. That promises up to 55 dB of noise cancellation.

Low latency mode for Vivo TWS 4

The TWS 4 Bluetooth earbuds are great for calls too. They come with AI-enhanced call noise reduction tech that ensures clear voice capture. For gamers, the buds offer 44 ms low latency for smooth and responsive gaming performance. Other highlights include up to 45 hours of battery life, Bluetooth 5.4, and support for spatial audio.

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