Vivo will unveil its X60 Pro + smartphone in China on Thursday, but the manufacturer has already unveiled the design and some technical characteristics in advance. It will be Vivo’s most premium smartphone for the first half of 2021.
The Chinese manufacturer has unveiled the official Vivo X60 Pro + poster, which reveals that the flagship will be equipped with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 888 engraved in 5nm, but also with a back that may seem familiar.
Vivo unveiled in December its Vivo X60 and X60 Pro, which directly succeed the Vivo X50 and X50 Pro of 2020. These smartphones are not in the high-end segment because of their Exynos 1080, an overpowered 5nm processor for mid-range phones. However, the future Vivo X60 Pro + will be well loaded to stand up to the Xiaomi Mi 11 as well as the new Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, presented on February 14.
What do we know about the Vivo X60 Pro +?
The official poster reveals that the Vivo X60 Pro + will havean orange vegan leather back which seems very similar to one of the versions of the OPPO Find X2 Pro that we had been able to test. In addition, just like the Vivo X60 and X60 Pro, the high-end smartphone addresses the Carl Zeiss logo, with which Vivo has partnered for the smartphone cameras.
The curved AMOLED screen of the smartphone will measure 6.56 inches and will be compatible with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. On the photo side, the Vivo X60 Pro + will be equipped with 4 cameras on the back, including a 50 MP Samsung GN1 main lens, an objective 48 MP ultra wide-angle with a “micro-gimbal” stabilization, a portrait lens and finally a periscope allowing 5X optical zoom. Finally, the smartphone could keep the 4,200 mAh battery of the Vivo X60 Pro, but this would be compatible with 55 W fast charging.
The phone is listed on the Vivo website in two colors, Classic Orange et Dark Blue. In addition, two storage variants are offered, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage or 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. As Vivo recently arrived in France, the Chinese manufacturer could market both smartphones in our country in the first half of 2021.
Source: I live