Vivo is set to launch the X60 series flagship phone in its domestic market later this month. Yesterday, the Vivo X60 / X60 Pro phone with V2047A model number was seen on GeekBench with Android 11 and Samsung’s new Exynos 1080 chipset. The official render of these two phones has now come to the fore once again. From where the design of the two phones came to the fore.
Launched in June this year, the Vivo X50 series featured a 6.56-inch Samsung E3 AMOLED display. Its pixel resolution was 1080×236 pixels. The Vivo X60 will use the same display, but with some changes. For example, the X50 series had a selfie cutout on the left side of the display. In the upcoming X60 series this cutout will be in the middle of the top of the display. Again the X60 series will support a 120 Hz refresh rate, which was a maximum of 90 Hz in the previous model. The Vivo X60 will have a flat screen and the X60 Pro will come with a curved display.
The Vivo X60 will have a triple camera setup on the back of the phone for photography. Like the X50, the X60 series phone cameras are expected to use Vivo Gimbal stabilization technology. On the other hand, Vivo X60 Pro phone will have a quad camera. Another phone in this series Vivo X60 Pro + will come with a more advanced camera. The other two phones in the series will have the Exynos 1080 chipset, but the X60 Pro + will be powered by Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 8.
As mentioned earlier, a Vivo phone with model number V2047A has been spotted on GeekBench. Presumed to be the X60 / X60 Pro, the phone comes with 12GB of RAM, Android 11 and Samsung’s Exynos 1080 chipset. It scored 6 points in the single core test and 3244 points in the multi core test. In this context, I would like to inform you that three Vivo phones with Vivo V2059A, Vivo V2047A, and Vivo V2046A model numbers have recently received Chinese 3C certification. From there, it is known that all the three devices will have 33 watt fast charging support. Although the marketing name of the phone was not mentioned here. However, these three phones will be part of the Vivo X60 series.