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Vivo announces X60 and X60 Pro with Zeiss lenses


At a launch ceremony in China today, Vivo announced two new flagship smartphones, Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro.

The new X60 series lags behind last year's Vivo X50 series and brings with it some substantial improvements, including the higher screen and quad camera update rate with ZEISS optics, faster chipset, and more.

Both phones share specifications with a camera, storage, RAM, and battery differences.

Shared features include a 6.56-inch E3 AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2376×1080 pixels with HDR10+ support, 120 Hz update rate, 5 nm Exynos chipset, Mali-G78 graphics processing unit, and Android 11 with OriginOS 1.0 user interface.

Like last year's lineup, the Vivo X60 series continues to focus heavily on camera performance, and the company has partnered with ZEISS.

The X60 Pro has a rear camera with sony's 48MP IMX598 main lens with 4-axis optical image, a 13-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 120-degree view and also acts as a macro lens, a 13MP close-up lens and an 8-megapixel Periscope 5x zoom lens.

The X60 Pro comes with 12GB RAM, 256GB of storage space, and a 4,200mAh battery with a fast 33W charge and reverse wire charging.

Vivo claims that improved low-light performance with the new night mode now runs smoothly through major, wide-angle, and close-up sensors.

Moving to the X60, it includes a rear camera with a flagship lens with sony's 48-megapixel IMX598 sensor with 4-axis optical image, a 13-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 120-degree view area that also functions as a macro lens, and a 13MP close-up lens.

The X60 comes with a 4,300 mAh battery with fast 33W charging and reverse wire charging, available with 8GB RAM and 128/256GB of storage interior.

The X60 and X60 Pro are available for initial order today, with users arriving on January 8, the X60 comes at $530 for the 8/128GB version and $580 for the 8/256GB version, while the X60 Pro comes at $690 for the single 12/256GB version.