Vivo TWS 3 series leaked renders reveal design ahead of launch


  • Vivo TWS 3 series has appeared in leaked renders
  • The images reveal the upcoming offering’s design
  • The audio device is set to debut later this month

Vivo TWS 3 series have been spotted in leaked renders courtesy of publication MySmartPrice in collaboration with tipster Ishan Agarwal. The lineup will consist of a standard and Pro model. The renders give us a look at the upcoming audio devices. 

Vivo is set to launch the X90 series smartphones as well as the TWS 3 earphones in China on November 22nd. The Vivo TWS 3 series will arrive as the successor to the TWS 2 series that debuted last year. 

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Vivo TWS 3 series leaked renders

The Vivo TWS 3 will be available in White and Blue colours, whereas the Pro model is seen in a gradient Blue and Black and a White colour option. The White variant has a glossy finish, whereas the Black option has a matte look. The TWS earphones feature an in-ear design with a small stem and angled earbuds. The storage case has an LED indicator on the front and Vivo branding. 

Apart from this, the core specifications of the Vivo TWS 3 series remain a mystery. The Pro model is expected to be the more premium offering among the two devices. Reports suggest that the Vivo TWS 3 series will debut as the world’s first true hi-fi headset. It is expected to offer intelligent ultra-wideband noise reduction, Vlog 3D binaural recording, non-sensing body temperature monitoring, and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. It will pack features like wireless karaoke, slide to adjust volume, smart wear detection, smart voice control, pressure-sensitive control, and dual-device connection.

Additionally, the Vivo TWS 3 is also tipped to come with a built-in DAC-independent audio chip, lossless audio transmission protocol, and an adaptive equalizer. It is unclear whether it will support wireless charging.


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