Vivo Pad 3 Pro Alongside Vivo TWS 4 Series Launched – Details Here

Vivo Pad 3 Pro Alongside Vivo TWS 4 Series Launched - Details Here

The latest tablet from Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo, known as the Vivo Pad 3 Pro, was launched on 27th March. It enters the market as the successor to Vivo Pad 2, which was launched last year. 

According to reports, the Vivo Pad 3 Pro is equipped with an impressive 11,500mAh battery with a 66W fast charging facility. Additionally, it is compatible with the Vivo Pencil 2 stylus and boasts an audio system with eight speakers. The company also introduced the Vivo TWS 4 series, a lineup of wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds.

Vivo Pad 3 Pro

As far as the price is concerned, the Vivo Pad 3 Pro has four variants and they are all priced differently. The first model with 512GB storage and 16GB RAM is priced at CNY 3,999, while the variant with 256GB storage and 12GB RAM starts at CNY 3,599. On the other hand, the variant with 256GB storage and 8GB RAM costs CNY 3,299, and the model with 128GB storage and 8GB RAM is only CNY 2,999.

The Vivo Pad 3 Pro is available in three color choices – Spring Tide Blue, Cold Star Gray, and Bo Xia Zi. The device will be available for purchase in China from 3rd April onwards.

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The Vivo TWS 4 series offers two variants – the upper model or Vivo TWS 4 Hi-Fi is priced at CNY 499, while the base variant costs CNY 399. Both the models are available in Far Peak White and Dark Blue colors.

Powered by OriginOS 4, the Vivo Pad boasts a 13-inch LCD with a resolution of 2,064×3,096 pixels. This display features an adaptive refresh rate between 30Hz and 144Hz, along with a touch sampling rate of 240Hz, and peak brightness of 900nits. It also supports HDR10. 

Powering the Vivo Pad is a powerful 4nm octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoC, coupled with 512GB of storage and 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM, ensuring smooth performance and ample storage capacity for users’ needs.

To address concerns regarding heat dissipation during prolonged usage, the tablet is equipped with a sophisticated three-dimensional heat dissipation system featuring a 37,000mm square graphite heat sink.

The Vivo TWS 4 series, consists of two variants: the standard TWS 4 and the premium TWS 4 Hi-Fi. The former boasts support for LDAC, AAC, aptX Adaptive, LC3, and SBC codecs, while the latter is equipped with LDAC, aptX Lossless, SBC, aptX Adaptive, AAC, and LC3 audio codecs. Both variants support active noise cancellation and feature a 12.2mm driver.

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