iQOO TWS1 officially confirmed to feature aptX Lossless audio support

A few days back, iQOO officially announced that they will be launching iQOO TWS1 earbuds on 4th July in China alongside it’s latest iQOO 11S smartphone. The company will be launching these upcoming earbuds in partnership with BMW Motorsport. Just ahead of its launch, the brand has now officially confirmed via Weibo post that the earbuds will feature 1200 Kbps aptX Lossless audio support.

iQOO TWS1: Expected Specifications

Reportedly, the earbuds will support active noise cancellation. It is said to offer 49 decibels of active noise canceling. It will support a dedicated gaming mode that offers a low latency of 54ms which would help the gamers in enjoying their gaming experience while using these earbuds. The device will offer a total battery life of up to 42 hours along with the charging case. The earbuds will be available in the Track version, other than the grey-yellow color variant.

Till now it is only confirmed that these upcoming earbuds will be making their debut in Chinese markets. It is still a mystery whether these earbuds will be arriving in India or not. In order to know more detailed information about the specs and features of these latest earbuds we just need to wait for a few more days as the device is almost close to its official launch.




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