Dec 24, 2020 News
Vivo hasn’t been left alone by smartphone enthusiasts and fanatics with their eagerness to know when the Chinese manufacturer will be dropping its X60 series in the market. The X60 has been leaked and rumoured for a long time, but now the phone is officially set to release on the 29th of December first in China, with a global release soon to follow afterwards.
However, the interesting thing about all of this is that Vivo is not going to be using Mediatek, nor Snapdragon for its main choice of SoC - rather, it’s gone to Samsung for its services in the Exynos chip department to provide chipsets for the X60, and the Korean company has obliged. The X60 series are going to feature the powerful Exynos 1080 5G chip - which could easily be considered a flagship level SoC.
The 5nm blueprint of the chip is going to help greatly in making performance more efficient and battery saving, as it will be much better than a regular 7 or 8nm chipset system.
The new phones from Vivo are going to come with a new stable-pan system for the back camera, as the new stabilization with OIS has been apparently improved, and will work much better than before. There’s also 120Hz refresh rate displays on all of the X60 series phones. Fast charging is also going to be on board, with a 33W fast charging support. All in all, the phone lineup looks promising from Vivo, and we can’t wait till it launches in the market.