TWS 3 headphones launched alongside the Vivo X90?
the Vivo X90 just leaked. Apparently this future smartphone from the Chinese firm could be launched together with the headphones Vivo TWS 3.
live launched the X80 series terminals last April. As a reminder, the family includes two models: the X80 and the X80 Pro. According to some sources, it could soon welcome a new member: the X80 Pro +. And things now seem to be clearing up. Indeed, the formidable blogger Digital Chat Station released a momentous piece of information today about this so-called device in preparation at the Chinese firm. According to him, there will be no Pro+ version for the Vivo X80. Instead, the company could jump straight to the X90.
Of course, this leak should be treated with cautionespecially as it contradicts previous revelations from GSMArena and tipster @Yogesh Brar.
A 6.78-inch screen
There is therefore no assurance that Vivo will really ignore the X80 Pro +. As a reminder, this model is supposed to benefit from a 6.78-inch LTPO2 AMOLED display with a resolution of 3200 x 1400p and a refresh rate reaching 120 Hz. It would also be powered by a processor Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 paired with 8 or 12 GB of RAM depending on the version and up to 512 GB of internal storage. On the capture side, the smartphone would benefit from a quadruple rear photo module of 50 MP + 48 MP + 12 MP + 8 MP.
Up front, it would be about a 44 MP HDR-capable front camera. It is also expected that the Vivo X80 Pro + (or Vivo X90) will carry a 4700 mAh Li-Po battery compatible with 80 watt fast charging. As mentioned above, this future phone from the Chinese manufacturer could be launched with the new pair of TWS 3 headphones.
What about the Vivo TWS 3 wireless headphones?
Regarding precisely the Vivo TWS 3we know that like their predecessor, they should sport an in-ear design. On the other hand, the button located at the level of the part where the battery is located would have been moved. Feature-wise, these future headphones from Vivo are said to support 40+dB active noise reduction, adaptive equalizer, and independent DAC. We do not yet know if the manufacturer has increased the capacity of the battery, but remember that the TWS 2 have an autonomy of 4.5 hours when the noise reduction mode is on, against 8 hours when it is deactivated. .