Chinese smartphone maker vivo currently sells a single pair of neckband-style wireless earphones in select global markets. This product is known as vivo Wireless Sport Earphones. As per a new report, this audio accessory will soon get a toned-down variant.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, vivo will be soon launching the vivo Wireless Sport Lite Earphones in certain regions outside China. This new audio product will be introduced as a low-spec’d version of the already available vivo Wireless Sport Earphones.
The report says that these earphones will be available in select countries in Asia and Europe where the original model is on sale. Some of these nations include Malaysia, Indonesia, UK, Spain, German, Poland, and Italy.
Unfortunately, the sources of the publication did not reveal the specifications of this upcoming product. But we think that it could be the new neckband-style earphones that vivo unveiled yesterday at the vivo S9 series launch eventearphones have lower specs and are also cheaper.
Talking about the features, they sport 11.2mm drives and are tuned by GoldenEar Technology. They connect via Bluetooth 5.0 and support up to 80ms low latency. Further, they offer stereo sound and can connect seamlessly with compatible devices.
Lastly, they are IPX4-certified for splash resistance, weigh 24g, charge via USB Type-C port (5 hours of listening time with 10 minutes of charging), and are backed by a 129mAh battery that can last up to 18 hours at 50% volume.
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