This evening, Vivo has finally launched its all-new Vivo X60 series. The new mid-range series (from Vivo) consists of two models: the standard version & the pro version. The difference between both models is too minimal.
The all-new Vivo X60 series features a flexible 6.56 Inches AMOLED Display with a 120Hz refresh rate (and 240Hz touch sampling rate). The display features Single Punch-Hole, while its resolution is not mentioned. The screen has also passed the Swiss SGS screen certification.
The standard version has only 7.36mm thickness (weight: 176.2g), while the pro version is only 7.69mm thick (weight: 179g). The front and rear 3D curved surfaces of both smartphones are designed. The Vivo X60 series also comes with the classic two-color cloud-level design.
Both models are packed with Samsung’s recently launched chipset “Exynos 1080”. The Exynos 1080 is a mid-range octa-core 5G chipset based on the 5nm EUV process. The chipset consists of four Cortex-A78 performance cores and four Cortex-A55 energy-saving cores. The GPU used in this chipset is Mali-G78 MP10.
In terms of imaging, the Vivo X60 series camera uses a triple camera setup with a main (second-generation micro-head) 48MP (Sony IMX598) lens with aperture f/1.48 and 25mm focal length. There are two more cameras: 13MP professional portrait lens with 50mm focal length & 13MP 120 deg Macro lens with 16mm focal length.
There is an additional fourth camera in the pro version, an 8MP periscope lens with 125mm focal length.
It is also revealed that the primary camera of Vivo X60 Pro uses all-new AOA technology to realize the primary camera of f/1.48 ultra-large aperture micro-head. The light input is also 16.8% higher than the previous generation.
With the upgraded second-generation micro-head stabilizer, the VIS five-axis video anti-shake effect has been improved again. The anti-shake effect is also three times that of the traditional OIS anti-shake, bringing more stable, clearer, and lossless photo effects.
It is worth mentioning that the Vivo X60 series is based on the second-generation micro-panel to allow longer exposure time for shooting, which further cooperates with Vivo’s super night scene algorithm to realize the super night scene function.
The Vivo X60 series also features the classic Zeiss Biotar portrait style, making the central character clear while making the out-of-focus blur present a vortex, eye-catching and dreamy surreal portrait photography effect. The Vivo X60 series is also equipped with old photo restoration and coloring function, which restores the clarity of black and white portrait photos and can also color them.
Based on the second-generation micro-head gimbal stabilizer, with the newly upgraded Vivo’s motion detection algorithm, Vivo X60 (standard version) supports 1X, 2X multi-focal motion capture. In contrast, the pro version can achieve 1X, 2X, 5X multi-focal motion capture.
In terms of battery, the standard version of the Vivo X60 series features a 4300mAh Battery, while the Pro version features a 4200mAh Battery. Both devices support the same 33W charging. It is also announced that the all-new Origin OS is also installed in the Vivo X60 series.
The standard Vivo X60 series is available in three storage variants: 8+128GB priced at 3498 RMB (535 USD), 8+256GB priced at 3798 RMB (581 USD), 12+256GB priced at 3998 RMB (612 USD). The pro version is available in only one storage variant: 12+256GB, priced at 4498 RMB (689 USD).
There would be three colors in the Vivo X60 series: Original Force, Shimmer, and Huacai. The Shimmer (White) color is not available in the pro version.
The top of the line version Vivo X60 Pro+ (with Snapdragon 888 5G) will be launched next month.