When Vivo arrived in Spain, it did so with five products, four cell phones and some headphones. The firm launched the Vivo X51 5G and its Vivo Y11S, Vivo 20S and Vivo Y70 together with the Vivo TWS Neo, completely wireless headphones with aptX Adaptive codec that, unfortunately, lacked active noise cancellation. That has been fixed in the new models, the I live TWS 2, which the firm has just launched.
Indeed, the new Vivo TWS 2 hit the market with the promise of cancel up to 40 dB and with a transparency mode whose objective is to allow us to listen to what is happening around us. The headphones have been launched in China, where their price is 449 yuan, about 57 euros to change, a quite succulent price if we take into account the technical data sheet. In the absence of knowing if they will arrive in Spain, we are going to get to know them better.
Vivo TWS 2 datasheet
LIVE TWS 2
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
N / A
aptX Adaptive, AAC, SBC
N / A
Headphones: up to 4.5 hours with ANC
Case: up to 30 hours
CHARGING THE CASE
N / A
Active noise cancellation
About 57 euros to change
ANC up to 40 dB
For design purposes, the Vivo TWS 2 are similar to other fully wireless headphones on the market. They are available in black / blue and white and their aesthetic is somewhat reminiscent of Apple’s AirPods Pro. Each earbud weighs 4.7 grams, which is not bad, and throughout its chassis we find several microphones that will be responsible for giving life to active noise cancellation.
Vivo has bet on a 12.2 mm driver with DeepX 2.0 technology and an audio compression system called Deep-HD that promises better wireless sound quality. As for noise cancellation, Vivo promises that its headphones are capable of cancel up to 40 dB, a not inconsiderable figure and that will have to be tested in the event that they arrive in Spain. In the same way, they promise a latency of only 88 milliseconds.
Regarding battery, the firm has not revealed the amperage of it, but has simply ensured that its Vivo TWS 2 are capable of offering up to 4.5 hours of continuous playback with active noise cancellation operational. This figure will be higher in the case of deactivated. By combining the charging of the case and the headphones, we aim for a theoretical maximum autonomy of up to 30 hours. They also have a fast charging system that promises four hours of music in 15 minutes.
Finally, let’s review connectivity. The Vivo TWS 2 use Bluetooth 5.2 and they are compatible with aptX Adaptive, AAC and SBC codecs, which is not bad. In the case of the models for China, the headphones have Jovi, Vivo’s virtual assistant, but it will be necessary to see which assistants they will incorporate if they finally jump to our borders.
Versions and price of the Vivo TWS 2
As we indicated previously, the I live TWS 2 They have been launched in China, where their price is 499 yuan (about 57 euros at the exchange rate). There they are available in black / blue and white. For now there is no news about its arrival in Spain, but seeing that the company brought the TWS Neo, the door is open. We will update with the price in our country when we have more information.