Vivo X60 and X60 Pro announced with 5nm Exynos 1080 chipsets

29 December 2020
The vivo X60 Pro offers better cameras, more RAM, but smaller battery.

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  • Anonymous

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  • Matyasnazaretskyy

Exynos 1080 sounds like a power efficient monster🀘🀘🀘😎

Anonymous, 30 Dec 2020What excuse? Its a fact. Can't expect Vivo fanboys to ... moreOn what basis are you calling me a Vivo Fanboy?

  • LLL

Anonymous, 30 Dec 2020TBH I don't care if my phone only has a single flash. ... moreYes, it may not bother most people. Just pointing out a small downgrade there. Even for torchlight use it'll be noticeable.

  • Anonymous

Android--Master, 30 Dec 2020The general population doesn't want to bother with pro... moreWhat excuse? Its a fact. Can't expect Vivo fanboys to know what that is though

  • Andi

Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020If software support is important to you, vivo is last brand... moreIm using x50 pro . I'm on android 11 way before any samsung

  • Anonymous

LLL, 29 Dec 2020X50 Pro has triple-LED flash (which is quite bright). It se... moreTBH I don't care if my phone only has a single flash. Nobody uses flash anymore, only for torchlight. Night mode has gotten good, and flash photos look odd, washed out and old-looking

  • Anonymous

Dani2018, 29 Dec 2020Exynos mean disaster . That's it at all. Who told you that? The Exynos 1080 is stronger than SD865+ and more battery efficient at that!

Anonymous, 30 Dec 2020To take good photos with Xperia you have to use the photo pro The general population doesn't want to bother with pro mode.
Stop making excuses for Sony. Is it too much to ask for a decent enough Default Auto mode?

Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020Vivo, OnePlus, Oppo have way better camera processing than ... moreXperia's night shots are actually free of noise due to strong luminance noise reduction and the camera app's tendency to choose lower ISO + longer shutter speed settings. The problem with this approach, however, is that in many cases the photos get really blurry therefore struggle to retain any fine textures.

  • Mr. J

[deleted post]Xperia has been praised by many reviewers..some people here still thinks otherwise..if you're a vivo Fanboy then pick vivo..nobody is forcing you to like Sony..BTW..most smartphones now a days prefer sony lenses..and their Xperia marked 2s are one of the best out there for photographers..peace out

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020Vivo, OnePlus, Oppo have way better camera processing than ... moreTo take good photos with Xperia you have to use the photo pro

AnonD-923722, 30 Dec 2020E3 OLED (Dynamic AMOLED by Samsung) Up to 1200 nits (de... moreThanks

  • Anonymous

Dani2018, 29 Dec 2020Exynos mean disaster . That's it at all. This is stereotype

  • AnonD-923722

IpsDisplay, 29 Dec 2020Can someone advise me of the difference of e4 and e3 AMOLED... moreE3 OLED (Dynamic AMOLED by Samsung)

Up to 1200 nits (depends)
Up to 3.000.000 : 1 contrast ratio (depends)
42% less blue light compared to E2 OLED
JNCD lower than 1 DELTA
5% more power efficient compared to E2 OLED

E4 OLED

Up to 1500 nits (depends)
Up to 5.000.000 : 1 contrast ratio (depends)
65% less blue light compared to?????
JNCD lower than 0.5 DELTA
10% more power efficient than E3 OLED
Better Individual pixel control
Thinner and more flexible design
More resistant to burn, heat

Dani2018, 29 Dec 2020Exynos mean disaster . That's it at all. This new exynos with arm cores is real business, old exynos with mongoose cores is bad

Just do non-china version of the pro+ this time around. Unlike with the x50pro+ :(
Please, Vivo! I don't care WHAT VERSION it will be, just to has english, be NOT china, and to have NO china app stores, China voice assistance, and other bs
Thank you!

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020Point is ... If you do not care about updates, this dev... moreVivo, OnePlus, Oppo have way better camera processing than your Xperia.
No one wants to use nightmare auto mode of Xperia which is full of noise and average dynamic range.

Exynos mean disaster . That's it at all.

  • LLL

X50 Pro has triple-LED flash (which is quite bright). It seems this X60 Pro only has dual-LED flash, or it's just rendering error??