The global version of the X60 line, by Chinese company Vivo, had supposed real photos leaked days before the launch, confirming details about the set of cameras. The new premium smartphones from the manufacturer will be unveiled in the next few days, about three months after the family’s launch in China in December 2020.
According to the images, the global version of the X60 Pro will be equipped with three rear cameras, following the design pattern of Vivo on other devices, with the main sensor highlighted at the top of the module, followed by the auxiliary sensors below. The set differs from the present of the Chinese variant, which also includes a periscope camera with 5x optical zoom.
Recently, Vivo itself had confirmed that the new X60s would be equipped with cameras developed in partnership with the giant ZEISS, as in the Chinese version – for those unfamiliar with the name, the lens manufacturer was once a great partner of Nokia in the development of lenses for the brand’s smartphones, equipping iconic models such as Nokia N95, Nokia 808 PureView and Lumia 1020.
If the global version of the smartphone follows what was presented at the Chinese launch, the X60 should be made official in three options, being the base versions, Pro and Pro +. However, the basic and Pro models would feature the three rear cameras shown in the image above, leaving the most expensive with a more complete set. In addition, global devices are expected to reach the market with a Snapdragon 870 processor, while the Exynos 1080 equips Chinese variants.
At the front, Vivo has also confirmed the presence of a curved screen with a hole for the front camera, with no resolution yet revealed. The display would have the same 6.56 inches AMOLED E3 as the Chinese models, in addition to the 120 Hz refresh rate and Full HD resolution.
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