Vivo X60 Pro Back Panel Design. The back panel is blank only, neat and minimalistic. The right side of the device are important buttons such as the power button and volume control. On the left side there is nothing, above there is only a microphone hole and below is the USB-C port, the speaker lattice and another microphone hole.
The design of this device is very different from other Vivo android and feels like it is a flagship device of theirs while the NEX is the flagship. On the front, Vivo has used a new AMOLED panel with a perforated screen in the middle. It is also well designed to offer a thin forehead and chin as well as an almost invisible bezel. The device’s screen is 6.56-inches in size and supports a refresh rate of 120Hz, limited to FHD+, and can also still display HDR10+content.
The device is powered by a Snapdragon 870 processing chip, which is a newer and more powerful chip than the Snapdragon 865+. It is built based on 7nm design, supports 5G, Adreno 650 GPU and overall is still powerful enough to compete with the base model of the Snapdragon 888 device. The memory on this device is 15GB of RAM, weird because the actual RAM is only 12GB and Vivo uses software to use 3GB of memory. taken from internal storage to further upgrade the performance of this device. Storage is up to 256GB UFS 3.1, but unfortunately there is no microSD card slot.
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The device’s camera is also among the great ones; as it still retains a gimbal stabilization system-which is a 5-axis type for more beautiful video recording. Vivo is also partnering with Zeiss for better camera capabilities. The system used in the Pro version in Malaysia is a 48+13+13 Megapixel tri-camera and a 32 Megapixel selfie camera. As always, the Vivo device’s camera is power with more powerful artificial intelligence than ever before.
The battery is 4300mAh with 33W fast charging support only. The device also runs the Funtouch OS 11 operating system based on Android 11. The specifications look very interesting; is it just that this collaboration with Zeiss really works or is it just a gimmick? Did Vivo manage to offer a crazy great camera and be able to beat other flagship devices? In the first few weeks of use, this was among the devices with the greatest cameras I have ever used.