Samsung recently released its new mobile processor-Exynos 1080, and now Chinese equipment manufacturer Vivo is preparing to launch the world’s first mobile phone with the newly launched chipset-the Vivo X60 series.
However, before the official release of the Vivo X60 smartphone, hands-on images of the phone have been leaked online on Weibo, and the video shows almost all the content of the upcoming smartphone.
The Vivo X60 smartphone has narrow bezels on both sides of the display, and there is a punch hole at the top center of the screen to accommodate the front camera sensor.
As for the camera, the leaked images indicate that the rectangular camera module on the back of the phone is equipped with a camera sensor and LED flash. The module is located in the upper left corner.
Samsung Exynos 1080 is a 5-nanometer processor with four Cortex-A78 CPU cores and four Cortex-A55 cores.
It is also equipped with Mali-G78 GPU, and AnTuTu benchmark results put it ahead of the Snapdragon 865+ processor. Recently, there are reports that the price of Vivo X60 is about 3,500 yen (about 528 US dollars).
It was also mentioned that this phone will not compete with Reno5, but will compete with OPPO Reno5 Pro, both of which will be launched in China on December 10.