Vivo Color Earphone price and specs via Revu Philippines

Vivo Color Earphone with P549 ($11) price tag now in PH

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made video-chat apps like Zoom and Google Meet a part of many people’s daily work and school lives. And if you’re in the market for an affordable yet stylish pair of basic earphones for voice and video calls, then Vivo might have something worth your consideration.

Recently, Vivo Philippines took to social media to announce the local release of the Vivo Color Earphone, which include built-in microphones. They have a suggested retail price of P549, or roughly $11 converted, and are now available in red, cyan, black, and white colors at Vivo’s official brand stores on Lazada and Shopee.

The Color Earphone feature a waterdrop-shaped design and a plastic housing with a glossy finish on top. For the price, the in-ear monitors also come with a 1.25m cable and offer a frequency-response range between 20Hz and 20kHz.

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The company says the Vivo Color Earphone have been calibrated by the company’s Golden Ear acoustic team for better audio balance and immersive sound with “powerful bass, rich alto, and bright treble.” The multi-function key on the wired remote, meanwhile, allows users to quickly answer or end calls and should work seamlessly with other Android devices.

If you want higher-quality audio, you might want to take a look at the Vivo TWS Neo wireless earphones, which retail at P4,999 ($103) in the Philippines. Vivo’s first TWS release in the country also offers 14.2mm drivers, dynamic low-latency mode, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, up to 22.5 hours of battery life, and in-case charging. There’s also the Vivo XE710 wired in-ear Hi-Fi monitors, which are priced at P999 ($21).

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 15 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.