This Snapdragon 888 phone might rival S21 Ultra for an impressive camera setup



Vivo X60 Pro Plus official

  • Vivo has introduced the X60 Pro Plus in China.
  • The new phone packs a Snapdragon 888 processor and an upgraded rear camera machine.
  • There’s no phrase on international availability simply but.

Vivo introduced the X60 and X60 Pro closing month, packing the brand-new (*8*)Exynos 1080 higher mid-range processor and a 48MP major camera with micro-gimbal stabilization. But what if you wish to have a full-blown flagship revel in? Fortunately, the BBK model has simply introduced the Vivo X60 Pro Plus.

The new phone swaps out the mid-range Exynos processor in prefer of a state of the art Snapdragon 888 chipset, which means that you must be expecting awesome CPU and GPU efficiency in comparison to its stablemates. You too can be expecting 55W stressed charging for the 4,200mAh battery, which must be a cast development over 33W charging at the different telephones.

Vivo’s new flagship ups the ante within the camera box too, turning in a setup collectively evolved with Zeiss in addition to Zeiss lens coatings for higher symbol high quality. The phone differs from its stablemates via providing a 50MP Samsung GN1 major camera as a substitute of a 48MP shooter. This major camera lacks micro-gimbal stabilization although (the usage of OIS as a substitute), with Vivo including it to the 48MP (IMX598, 114 stage box of view) ultra-wide snapper as a substitute.

Vivo X60 Pro Plus front official

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Other notable camera main points come with a 32MP 2x telephoto lens for portraits, and an 8MP 5x periscope shooter. In phrases of camera instrument, the Vivo X60 Pro Plus touts night time portraits, ultra-wide and panoramic night time photographs, a 100MP mode by the use of the 50MP shooter, a starry sky mode, and colour recovery of black and white footage. 

The new phone stocks a couple of options in not unusual with its inexpensive siblings another way, akin to a 6.56-inch FHD+ OLED display screen with a 120Hz refresh charge, a 32MP selfie shooter in a punch-hole cutout, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and Origin OS atop (*6*)Android 11.

The Vivo X60 Pro Plus will likely be to be had in China, beginning at 4,998 yuan (~$772) for the 8GB/128GB style. Expect to splash out 5,998 yuan (~$927) for the 12GB/256GB variant. The phone is to be had in grey leather-based or orange leather-based choices. We’ve requested Vivo about wider availability and can replace the item if/after they get again to us.

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