Today, VIVO officially announced the new VIVO X60 series. The company emphasized one of the key features: ultra-stable micro-panel to provide more exciting night shooting.

VIVO officially stated that the VIVO X60 series of camera lenses are jointly developed by VIVO and Zeiss. The phone will feature Zeiss optical lenses, micro-panel black light night vision 2.0, and the first launch of the Exynos 1080.

After zooming in on the picture, you can see the details of the camera behind the VIVO X60 series. It will consist of a micro-panel camera, plus two parallel camera lenses, plus a ToF camera lens. There is also information above showing ZEISS Vario-Tessar 1.48-3.4/16-125 ASPH.

A Weibo blogger has previously revealed that the new VIVO X60 series is tentatively scheduled to be released around December 28. It will be the world’s first Exynos 1080 smartphone, and the domestic first 120Hz Samsung single-hole flexible screen phone.

The VIVO X60 series sports the Samsung Exynos 1080 chip, runs the latest OriginOS UI, uses a centered single-hole flexible straight screen, etc. As for the rear-mounted cloud-level micro-panel lens, standard and Pro variants will use the midsole main camera / 5-axis VIS design. But the toppest model will use a main camera / 5-axis VIS design. It is worth mentioning that the VIVO X60 Pro+ is equipped with the Snapdragon 888 chip.

Samsung’s new generation of Exynos 1080 SoC adopts 5nm process, includes 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, while the GPU is the 10-core Mali-G78.

Also, we are dealing with the world’s thinnest 5G phone. The VIVO X60 has a thickness of 7.3mm. But we should also mention that its battery capacity didn’t suffer, still bringing 4300mAh capacity.

Argam Artashyan

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