Vivo X60 Pro Antutu Score. The Vivo X60 Pro to me is 12+3 GB of RAM with 256GB of storage and it received an AnTuTu score of 680,756. While the Geekbench score is 1031/3374 for single core and multi-core. Comparing the score of this device with the Mi 11, which is a Snapdragon 888 device that you can already buy and the sale price starting from RM2,799 – received a score Mi 11 received a score of 1127/3670 and 706990. Oppo Find X3 Pro also received a score of 933/3306 and 630,020.
Because Vivo uses internal storage as additional “RAM”, I also tested the device with the Don’t Kill My App app to see memory management performance. Within a few hours of use, this device has no problem in obtaining a score of 100%. My own use of no time lag and no apps loading with a long time proves the memory management capabilities of the Vivo X60 Pro.
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Although Vivo has launched the Origin OS operating system along with their X60 series in China, this new operating system is still limited to that country only. Global users, including in Malaysia, will be limited to the latest Funtouch OS, namely Funtouch OS 11 which is based on Android 11. Not sure if this new Funtouch OS will be popular or will make people feel bored or not. For myself, I really like it. Just a second! What? Funtouch OS fun to use? Isn’t this operating system a lot of heavy themes, fat apps and all sorts of other things?
Here you are wrong. Since last year, I’m starting to realize that the Funtouch OS is slowly and quietly moving towards a native Android usage experience. The android launcher is so basic and simple. From the notification tray, the existing Google Discover launcher side, the app tray and more; it provides a user -like experience similar to the original Android. Many original Android 11 elements are also included and easy to use. Funtouch OS 11 is more stock than Oxygen OS and Color OS.