For quite some time now the Vivo X60 and X60 Pro smartphones have been leaked and the phones are now scheduled to become official in China on 29 December. The company has now begun sharing information about the devices prior to the official launch.
The company has now announced that the Samsung Exynos 1080 chipset, which is manufactured using the 5nm EUV FinFET process, will power the Vivo X60 smartphone.
As per the manufacturer, when compared to a chipset manufactured using an 8nm LPP process, the Exynos 1080 SoC from Samsung offers a 14 percent improvement in performance and around 30 percent in power consumption.
It uses the Cortex-A78 core of the latest generation of ARM and comes packed with a Mali-G78 graphics processor, which, compared to the Mali-G77 GPU, is claimed to increase performance by 25 percent.
The company has also reported that the Vivo X60 series features a brand-new 2.0 ultra-stable micro-pan-tilt system that can achieve a greater anti-shake angle than standard OIS technology and provides better shooting in the night mode.
A recent leak shows that the Vivo X60 has a triple camera setup that includes an f/1.6 aperture 48-megapixel main camera sensor. It will be accompanied by a super-wide lens with 13 megapixels and a portrait camera with 13 megapixels. It also features micro-gimbal stabilization powered by ZEISS optics of the second generation.
Under the lineup, Vivo is expected to launch three smartphones: Vivo X60, X60 Pro, and X60 Pro+, all three of which are expected to have a 120Hz refresh rate display, Android 11 with OriginOS operating system, and 33W support for fast charging technology.