The Vivo TWS Neo comes with Bluetooth 5.2 in terms of connectivity along with support for aptX Adaptive codec. Vivo claims the codec brings “near CD quality” to these earbuds.
The company offers three DeepX Stereo modes specifically Bass-heavy mode, Clear Voice mode, and High Pitch mode to select from. Furthermore, Vivo says it has an 88ms low-latency mode for a greater experience in gaming sessions.
You also get touch gesture controls with these earbuds. You can slide to regulate volume, tap to play/pause music or set off voice assistant, long press to regulate incoming calls.
In case you own a Vivo phone, a notification will popup for seamless pairing, identical to what we often get on iPhones. As well as, the company provides smart noise reduction features for eliminating ambient noise with its dual-microphone system.
When it comes to battery life, the Vivo TWS Neo provides 5.5 hours on AAC codec and 4.2 hours on aptX Adaptive. You get a total of 27 hours of listening time along with the charging case.
Vivo TWS Neo retails in two color variants – Interstellar Blue and Moon White and is in the stores at 499 Yuan (Rs. 5,300) in China.
Whereas Vivo has not introduced its earlier TWS earbuds to India, a recent report means that the company is gearing up to take action. Therefore, it is possible that Vivo might be bringing the TWS Neo to India within the close to future.