VIVO X60 Pro+

Today, VIVO held a new product launch conference and officially released the new VIVO X60 Pro+.

VIVO X60 Pro+

The VIVO X60 Pro+ sports the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip. The latter uses a 5nm process technology and has a Cortex-X1 super core. Its Adreno 660 GPU’s rendering speed has been increased by 35% and energy efficiency has been increased by 20%.

In terms of configuration, the VIVO X60 Pro+ comes with an enhanced version of LPDDR5 memory with a theoretical speed of 6400Mbps, and with an enhanced version of UFS 3.1 flash storage. Its random write speed is increased by 14%.

VIVO X60 Pro+

In addition, when the average color deviation of the screen is <5, the color error is difficult to detect. According to reports, the VIVO X60 Pro+ screen is adjusted piece by piece, with an average ΔE≈0.506.

As for design, the VIVO X60 Pro+ has two color options: deep sea blue and classic orange, with a high-end plain leather back cover. It is worth mentioning that the camera part of the machine adopts a two-layer stepped design, with different materials of glass and metal. The aspect ratio is almost the same as the overall ratio of the smartphone.

The VIVO X60 Pro+ uses dual main cameras. One of them is the 48-megapixel Sony IMX598 PTZ camera. It has an equivalent focal length of 14mm, providing a 114-degree ultra-wide angle of view, and plus or minus 3 degrees image stabilization. The main camera below is a 50-megapixel Samsung GN1 CMOS with a 23mm equivalent focal length, f/1.57 large aperture.

Vivo said that in order to achieve the Zeiss T* coating standard, the VIVO X60 Pro+’s main camera adopts a composite multilayer coating + nanocrystalline structure coating. Each lens has a coating on both sides, and this is the first use of the nanocrystalline structure coating on smartphones.

In terms of price, the VIVO X60 Pro+ 8GB+128GB is priced at 4998 yuan ($774), and 12GB+256GB is priced at 5998 yuan ($928).

VIVO X60 Pro+

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