Recently, a well-known Weibo blogger disclosed the network access information of the VIVO X60 Pro. So from the documents, we can learn about the main hardware configuration and parameters. Up to now, the body measurements, screen size and battery capacity that we knew are confirmed. Compared with the VIVO X50 Pro, the new model has upgrades in hardware configuration. But there are shortcomings as well.
The VIVO X60 Pro will with a 6.56-inch AMOLED single-hole full screen. But it has not been upgraded to an adaptive refresh rate. The screen is the same as that of the VIVO X50 series, with a refresh rate of 90Hz and a touch sampling rate of 180Hz. What is more surprising is that the resolution of this screen is 2376×1080 pixels. Thus, we are not dealing with a 2K resolution screen. As a flagship phone released at the end of 2020, 1080P+90Hz seems a bit out of place.
Compared with the VIVO X50 Pro, the VIVO X60 Pro has a thinner and lighter body. According to the information on the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the dimensions of the VIVO X60 Pro are 158.57*73.24*7.59 mm and the weight is 178 grams. As a reference, the measurements of the VIVO X50 Pro are 158.46*72.8*8.04 mm and it weighs 181.5 grams. It is 0.45 mm thinner and 3.5 grams lighter.
The VIVO X60 has a built-in 4130mAh battery (minimum), and the standard value is 4200mAh. Compared with the VIVO X50 Pro (4315 mA), it is 115mA less. Considering the powerful performance of the Exynos 1080, the battery life of the VIVO X60 Pro is likely to be weaker than that of the VIVO X50 Pro. Both models support 33W fast charging. So in terms of endurance, it has a certain decline.
The VIVO X60 Pro uses a 32-megapixel camera on the front and a quad-camera combination of 48MP + 13MP + 13MP + 8MP at the rear. In addition to upgrading the previous generation’s 8MP telephoto lens to 13MP lens, the micro-head technology has also been upgraded to 2.0. At the same time, the entire system comes with Zeiss optical lenses. This is a substantial upgrade in photography.
According to the official warm-up, the VIVO X60 series has three main selling points: the world’s first Samsung Exynos 1080 chip, micro-head 2.0 technology and Zeiss optical lenses. Among them, the Samsung Exynos 1080 has further improved the performance of the machine, and the Micro PTZ 2.0 and Zeiss optical lenses make the VIVO X60 series’ cameras more excellent and interesting.