The international versions of the Vivo X60 series will be presented on March 22nd and today we are going to take a look at the expected specs, price, and release date of this device. We have some good guesses thanks to the Chinese version of the series but there might be some significant changes in the international models either.
The company will announce the Vivo X60 on March 22nd
In this case, the presentation event of the Vivo X60 will take place on March 22, just one day before the OnePlus. This is what Vivo Malaysia has indicated, so the Asian country will be the first, or one of the first, to have the international version of the Vivo X60. This difference will be relevant because these models will have a different processor.
In addition to this change, the company is boasting a new gimbal-like stabilization and a new night mode for the X60 Pro. Both of these features were really important on the Vivo X51 and if they’ve improved them we could be looking at an amazing Android smartphone camera.
Vivo X60 series Chinese version specs
We don’t know if the rest of the features will remain unchanged, but we already know the processor will be different for sure.
- Performance: Exynos 1080 processor
- Ram and storage:
6.58″ AMOLED, HDR10+ support, 120Hz, 2376 x 1080 pixels
Aspect ratio: 19.8:9
Integrated in-display fingerprint reader
X60: 48MP with optical stabilization and gimbal-like technology
X60 Pro: 50MP with optical stabilization and gimbal-like technology
X60: 13MP and 2x zoom for portraits
X60 Pro : 13MP and 2x zoom for portraits and 8MP periscopic zoom, 5x zoom, and optical stabilization
Wide Angle: 13MP
Front camera: 32MP
X60: 4300 mAh
X60 Pro: 4200 mAh
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, NFC, 5G
- Dimensions: 158.5 x 73.2 x 7.6mm
- Weight: 178g
- System: Android 11
- UI: Origin OS
Vivo X60 series price and release date
The Vivo X60 series will be presented on March 22nd and there are no official details about the prices yet. We still don’t know if Vivo X60 Pro+, the most powerful of the family, will be official, or if it will remain for Chinese users only.