Vivo X60 Pro and Vivo X60 with Exynos 1080, 5G, and Zeiss lens launched: price and specification


The Vivo has launched its two flagship smartphones Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro, both smartphones are powered by Samsung’s latest Exynos 1080 SoC which is 5G enabled and based on a 5nm architect that will make your phone fly. Both phones come with a 120Hz AMOLED display but the main highlights of these phones are their camera, A few days ago, Vivo has made a partnership with ZEISS, and the first smartphones as part of the partnership are the Vivo X60 and the X60 Pro.

Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro Specifications and features:

Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro have a 6.56-inch FHD+ (2376×1800 pixels) AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 240 Hz sampling rate with a 92.7% screen-to-body ratio. Both phones have HDR 10 and HDR10+ supports. The only difference is that the Vivo X60 Pro has the Vivo’s thinnest 3D curved display at the front and back.

Both phones are powered by Samsung’s latest octa-core Exynos 1080 SoC with 5G support and based 5nm process which not only improves the performance but also greatly reduces power consumption. The X60 series phones paired with up to 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM and up to 256GB UFS 3.1 onboard storage. It comes in three variants – 8GB+ 128GB and 8GB + 256GB and 12 GB +256GB storage.

Vivo X60 Pro has a quad-camera setup that housed a second-generation micro head micro Pan-tilt that can stabilize the shooting picture through reverse motion compensation of camera lens. The primary shooter is a 48-megapixel Zeiss’s sensor with an ultra-large aperture of f/1.48, 4-axis OIS anti-shake, closed-loop motor, and 7P lens. The camera setup also includes a 13-MP ultra-wide lens with an aperture f/2.2 and 120-degree field of view (FoV), a 13-MP portrait shooter equivalent to 50mm focal length with an aperture f/3.4, and an 8-MP periscope camera with 5x optical zoom, 60x superzoom. For selfies, it has a 32-MP lens with an aperture of f/2.45 housed in a tiny under-display punch hole.

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Vivo X60 Pro camera sample

The main features of the camera are the night scene in front cameraBlack Light Night Vision 2.0, super backlit night portrait, super night view, and tons of options in professional mode. Thanks to the f/1.48 super-large aperture main camera, 50 mm ultra-wide-angle, and the new AI noise reduction model for high-precision noise processing, even if the surroundings are dark.

The Vivo X60 has a triple camera setup that housed the same 48-MP primary shooter, 13-MP ultra-wide lens, and a 5-MP telephoto lens, and all other features are the same as Vivo X60 Pro.

Both phones run on the newly launched Origin Os-based on Android 11 which is faster and smoother packed full of useful new features. The Vivo X60 comes with a 4300mAH battery on other hand Vivo X60 Pro has a 4200mAH battery that supports a 33-Watt flash charger. The X60 series is a thinner and lighter phone with just 7.36 mm thick and 195.6 grams in weight.

On Connectivity options, it includes 5G, 4G VoLTE Dual Sim (nano), Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth v5.1, NFC, GPS, a USB Type-C port. Sensors on board include an accelerometer, gyroscope, and a proximity sensor. For security, it has an in-display fingerprint reader and face unlock features.

Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro Price And Availability Details:

The Vivo X60 will go on pre order tonight while its sale starting from January, 2021, and priced at CNY 3,498 (Roughly Rs. 34,300)  for 8GB +128GB storage variant, CNY 3,798 (Roughly Rs. 42,700) for 8GB +256GB storage variant and CNY 3,998 (Roughly Rs. 44,900) for 12GB + 256GB storage variant.it is available in three color options Huacai, Force and Shimmer..

The Vivo X60 Pro comes in only one variant 12GB +256GB and priced at CNY 4498 (Roughly Rs. 50,600) and available in two color options Huacai, Force

Vivo has does not speak on its global launch as well as launch in India but we hope it will launch very soon.

Read more: Xiaomi Mi 11 With Snapdragon 888 SoC, 2K Display Launched: Price and Specifications


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