The Vivo X50 series denoted a stage up for the brand somely, as the Vivo X50 Pro specifically conveyed a miniature gimbal camera setup. This brought about phenomenal low-light picture quality and without judder video recording.
Vivo affirmed that the X60 series was preceding the year’s end, adding that it would offer a camera setup planned in association with Carl Zeiss. Today is the day, as the firm has now dispatched the X60 and X60 Pro in China.
Vivo X60 series: What to expect?
Vivo’s two telephones share a few highlights, for example, an Exynos 1080 upper mid-range SoC, 33W charging, and a 6.56-inch FHD+ 120Hz OLED board with a middle mounted poke hole pattern (facilitating a 32MP sensor). The organization additionally promoted a camera framework planned in association with Zeiss, and the two telephones share includes in this division as well.
Hope to see a 48MP camera with a second-generation micro-gimbal setup, a 13MP 2x portrait lens, and a 13MP super wide shooter (120 degree field of view) on the two telephones. However, the Vivo X60 Pro likewise gains a 8MP 5x periscope zoom lens fit for up to 60x digital zoom. Interestingly, the brand is additionally adding an element to reestablish high contrast photographs and the capacity to colorize these snaps.
Other notable shared highlights incorporate an in-show fingerprint sensor, camera-based face open, NFC, Bluetooth 5.1, and Vivo’s OriginOS Android skin.
Something else, the two telephones contrast in a few different territories, with the Pro including a 4,200mAh battery versus the standard model’s somewhat greater 4,300mAh battery, and a bended showcase versus the vanilla variant’s level screen.
The X60 Pro likewise includes a glass back with a purported glossy silk finish that doesn’t draw in fingerprint grease. Besides, the Pro variant’s fundamental 48MP camera packs an immense f/1.48 gap contrasted with the standard variation’s f/1.79 aperture.
Hope to pay 3,498 yuan (~$536) for the 8GB/128GB Vivo X60, 3,798 yuan (~$581) for the 8GB/256GB alternative, and 3,998 yuan (~$612) for the 12GB/256GB variant. In the interim, the Vivo X60 Pro will retail for 4,498 yuan (~$689) for the sole 12GB/256GB variant.
There’s no word on worldwide accessibility for these telephones, yet Vivo affirmed on Weibo that it will dispatch the X60 Pro Plus in “late January 2021.” The firm indicated a Snapdragon 800 series processor close behind, probably being the Snapdragon 888 SoC.
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