Vivo has officially lifted the drapes over its new X60 smartphones, which features the new Samsung Exynos 1080 chipset and also Zeiss-equipped cameras. The phone is revealed to launch in China on 29 December 2020.
The company has not revealed much regarding the X60’s specifications, although it is said to also come with Vivo’s revamped operating system. As announced by Samsung China last month, the new phone is the first device to be equipped with the Exynos 1080 mid-range processor.
From the official image, it appears that we will be expecting two variants of the Vivo X60 which has yet to be officially named. Both models feature the same Zeiss-equipped triple camera setup, one of which is larger and more prominent than the other two. An additional periscope camera module is seen on what seems to be the Plus or Ultra variant of the new smartphone series.
Specifications such as the series’ RAM, storage and battery configurations, as well as details of its cameras are expected to be fully revealed during the upcoming launch. Vivo has yet to reveal if it is planning to release the new X60 series outside of China after its initial debut.