Today, VIVO officially announced that on December 29, it will released the VIVO X60 series. This phone is focusing on ultra-stable micro gimbals and more exciting night shooting.

Plus, the company released a promo video.

Previously, VIVO officially stated that the X60 series camera lens was jointly developed by VIVO and Zeiss. It consists of a Zeiss optical lens as well as a micro-panel black light night vision 2.0. The first model to come with it will be the VIVO X60, which in its turn, debuts Exynos 1080 chip.


VIVO X60 Camera Parameters

First, it comes with a so-called micro-head camera. Plus, there are two parallel camera lenses. And at last, there is a ToF camera lens. There is also information above showing ZEISS Vario-Tessar 1.48-3.4/16-125 ASPH.


According to previous news, vivo X60 series new machines are the world’s first to sport the Exynos 1080 processor and the first in China to come with the 120Hz Samsung single-hole flexible screen.

In order to make the user’s interactive experience better, the X60 series runs the brand new OriginOS. It is a set of operating systems based on ‘users’ actual needs’. It has significantly improved design, smoothness, and convenience.

There should also be a so-called super cup version, the VIVO X60 Pro+. And the latter should sport the newly-announced Snapdragon 888 flagship mobile platform.

As for the Exynos 1080 SoC, it adopts 5nm process, including an Arm Cortex-A78 ultra-large core up to 2.8GHz, three high-performance 2.6GHz Cortex-A78 large cores and four efficient 2.0GHz Cortex -A55 small core. Also, it integrates the 10-core Mali-G78 GPU.

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