Vivo has introduced the all-new Vivo X60 lineup in China including X60 and X60 Pro. Both devices come with a 120Hz energy-efficient 6.56-inch AMOLED display with 2376 x 1080 pixels resolution and HDR10+ support. Both phones run on the same Origin 1.0 skin on top of Android 11 whilst powers on an Exynos 1080 chipset based on a 5nm process.
However, these two smartphones do have differences in their cameras, memory configurations as well as batteries.
The non-Pro model has a 48MP primary camera unit along with a couple of 13MP telephoto and ultra-wide sensors at the back. And it carries a 4,300mAh cell to keeps its lights on. As for the memory config, it uses 8GB RAM in both 128GB and 256GB storage variants.
On the other hand, the X60 Pro comes with a quad-camera setup at the back comprising a 48MP Sony IMX598 wide sensor with 4-axis optical image stabilization, a 13MP 120-degree ultrawide module which also serves as a macro lens, another 13MP telephoto lens, and finally an 8MP periscope shooter.
The Pro variant ships with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage config with a 100mAh lesser, i.e. 4,200mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging.
Vivo has already started pre-orders for both the devices yesterday with an official launch scheduled for 8 January in China.
Regarding pricing, the Vivo X60 starts at CNY 3,500(~NPR 62,700) for 8GB/128GB and CNY 3,800(~NPR 68,150) for the 8GB/256GB model. Similarly, the X60 Pro starts at CNY 4,500(~NPR 80,700).
There’s no word on the international availability of both smartphones. Vivo will also come with yet another iteration to the same lineup towards the end of January 2021 — the Vivo X60 Pro+ that will power on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chipset.