Vivo has unveiled an international version of the flagship X60 family, which has received several significant transformations against Chinese simultaneous models’ backdrop. Here, the chipset was expected to change: instead of Exynos 1080, Snapdragon 870 is responsible for the performance. And here is the basic design, 120-Hz AMOLED display with a hole for a 32-megapixel front camera in the centre, batteries with 33-W charging and Android 11 (though, with Funtouch OS 11.1, not OriginOS) will remain in place.

The main advantages of the international version lie in the Vivo X60 Pro camera. It is based on a triple 48-megapixel module with the main sensor with an aperture of f / 1.48 (like the Chinese X60 Pro), which should have a positive effect on night shooting capabilities, Zeiss optics, advanced Gimbal 2.0 stabilizer and Pixel Shift Ultra HD technology, which contributes to high-quality crop …¬†Demonstration of the main features in the examples below.

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