vivo X60 Pro+ review

20 April 2021


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aknsreddy, 24 Apr 2021That's not the solutionYou're nagging over 1000 or 1500mah.
Same thing, you can buy powerbank size off 4mm D, L80, W 50, like 6 debit cardsize.
Set it too power saving, you will get more than enough.

786, 23 Apr 2021Buy carry a mini micro 2000mah powerbank. That's not the solution

beep bop boop, 23 Apr 2021https://www.gsmarena.com/results.php3?nBatCapacityMin=6000&... moreI said same specs

  • AMV.graphy

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2021But there is no such phone called Vivo X51 Did you leave under a rock alk this time? Vivo x51 is the "European version" of the VIVO X50 Pro. Google it!

  • Aloop

Anonymous, 24 Apr 2021Corner sharpness is very bad. Theoretically, the main camer... moreNoticed the same problem from some cameras with f/1.5 aperture.

  • Aloop

Lukas17, 23 Apr 2021Stunning low light pics, probably the best in my book. I agree. They managed to achieve the comparable level of detail without introducing noise.

  • Anonymous

Corner sharpness is very bad. Theoretically, the main camera hardware captures more light per time (at least in the center of the frame) than any other phone camera. I would never buy a phone camera with such terrible corners.

Periscope camera hardware specs aren't really great either. The effective diameter is slightly smaller than the periscope cameras of competitors. This leads to more diffraction blur per angle and less light per time per angle.

Stunning low light pics, probably the best in my book.

aknsreddy, 23 Apr 2021I wish somebody make same phone with 6000mah. https://www.gsmarena.com/results.php3?nBatCapacityMin=6000&nBatCapacityMax=6000

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aknsreddy, 23 Apr 2021I wish somebody make same phone with 6000mah. Buy carry a mini micro 2000mah powerbank.

Abhi79284, 21 Apr 2021simply coz he didn't research enough to get it right..... moreX51 =X50 sold in Europe, its real.

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2021But there is no such phone called Vivo X51 Yes there is, X50 sold in Europe=X51

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2021Man you are so delusional . Meanning hypocrating and unrel... moreI have an Xperia 1 ii, the side fingerprint sensor is OK for unlocking (maybe works 8/10 tries) but fails 9/10 when used as a login identifying device.
It also stops working at all one in every twenty or so unlocks.
Those are the facts based on my own device on the latest Android 11 - it's one of a litany of bugs on that phone.
Those are FACTS, because they are true on my own device.

I wish somebody make same phone with 6000mah.

  • 786

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2021Atleast post something believable The truth.
Go too XDA, too download the Custom Roms, kernels and basebands.

Exynos is much loved by Rooter, due too open stage.

  • 786

beep bop boop, 22 Apr 2021who said it was better? i wrote that to show it ticked all ... moreWell said.

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  • Anonymous

beep bop boop, 22 Apr 2021who said it was better? i wrote that to show it ticked all ... more65W charging doesn't degrade battery life. How many times ppl have debunked these myths

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2021Xperia doesn't have good set of cameras. It is far be... morewho said it was better? i wrote that to show it ticked all the fundamentals of the phone, no one needs 65W charging as it only degrades long term battery health quicker than a 30W charger which is fast enough for the average person. when i meant a good set of cameras, i meant hardware, and it should be able to take good photos since the Xperia 1II took good photos.

Very good colour reproduction, exposure, lens flare control, detail and noise processing from the main camera.. well done Vivo. I also like the fact that it creates an unnatural light "blob" when pointed towards the sun unlike most other phones on the market (good HDR processing). However, I think going with F1.5 lens was a huge mistake. The main camera's corner to corner sharpness is nowhere near as good as X50 Pro+ and unless you're shooting in low light soft edges become really obvious. Hopefully they will fix it in the next generation (and bring the brand new RGBW sensor as well).

The 5x periscope camera is also a disappointment - Instead of making the sensor larger, they made it smaller than the predecessor. I was expecting them to use the same sensor as the portrait camera (1/2.8 inch 32MP), but I guess there wasn't any space for it? It's very unfortunate, nonetheless.

UWA camera, on the other hand, is very well done. Low distortion, excellent details, great stabilisation and pleasing, natural colours. Easily one of the best UWA on a mobile phone, end of story.

Overall it's a decent phone with a great camera, but I'm wishing that Vivo will release their true flagship later this year.

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2021there's only gorilla victus on front so back got Goril... moreSony never claimed 1000+ nits brightness for Xperia 1 III's panel, though.