Vivo X60 Pro is the long-awaited X50 Pro successor, which was launched earlier this year. Touted as the Chinese phone maker’s new imaging flagship, the X60 series not only introduced the Exynos 1080 processor but also launched the new OriginOS.
Aside from that, the X60 teamed up with Zeiss to make an imaging system, the X-series original micro-pan-tilt technology Upgraded to 2.0, which can be described as a new look from the inside out. The regular version of the X60 has been significantly improved and the larger X60 phone has been made even more exciting.
The X60 Pro Plus reaches the extreme as far as configuration is concerned. In terms of photography, the phone has a dual-camera system consisting of a pixel super-outsole sensor and a 48MP super-wide-angle micro-head. You can get your hands on the Vivo X60 Pro Plus is currently available for $899 on Giztop.
To enhance the shooting effect of the X60 Pro Plus, Vivo and Zeiss came created a joint R&D team, along with a joint imaging laboratory. It is worth noting that all cameras of the X60 Pro Plus meet the same stringent optical standards as other Zeiss products. The phone has a 50MP main camera (f/1.57), 48MP ultra-wide-angle micro-head (f/2.2), 32MP 2X portrait (f/2.08), and an 8MP 5X Periscope (f/3.4).
The image module for the X60 Pro Plus adopts Zeiss T* coating technology, where T* represents one of Zeiss’ most advanced coating technology. This coating process increases the transmittance of the lens, minimizes glare, and improves the image quality.
Last year’s X50 series of smartphones included the X50 Pro, which used micro-head technology, while the larger X50 Pro Plus uses a 1/1.3-inch super-outsole. About half a year later, the company introduced the dual main camera system of the X60 Pro Plus using the main camera 1 ultra-large base, OIS, ultra-wide-angle main camera 2, and micro pan-tilt, and cleverly solved the incompatibility problem related to the ultra-large base and micro-pan.
For night photography, the X60 Pro Plus’ ultra-large bottom main camera uses Samsung’s 50MP GN1 sensor with an area of 1/1.3 inches, which is one of the largest image sensors in the mobile phone field. The unit pixel area of the four-in-one mode reaches 2.4μm, while the aperture has been increased from f/1.85 to f/1.57, and the light input has increased by 38.8 percent.
In night scenes, the super-outsole main camera offers better low-light shooting performance. The main camera uses a combination of a 48MP IMX598 sensor and the micro-head. IMX598 is also the main camera on the phone. The main camera has a 14mm equivalent focal length, which can achieve 114-degree ultra-wide-angle shooting without correction.
Moreover, the camera comes with a customized Color Filter, which enhances the light transmittance of each channel of R/G/B, as well as the amount of light input by the hardware, is increased by 104 percent as compared to the previous generation. Aside from that, there is a night scene algorithm, tuned specifically for super wide-angle for night shooting.
The outward appearance of the X60 Pro Plus isn’t very different from that of the X60 Pro, but the phone’s body uses a higher-end plain leather process to emphasize the flagship positioning. The phone is available in two color options including deep-sea blue and classic orange.
It also retains the dual-color cloud-level camera module design, but compared to the X60 Pro, the first stage of the former dual-color cloud-level camera is longer. Aside from the classic Zeiss small blue label, it features the symbol of T *, which is clearly visible. The two main cameras occupy a large area, and the main camera on the top micro-pan can even see the internal structure.
The fuselage of the X60 Pro Plus uses a choker collar design, featuring the same color as the fuselage, which helps visually reduce the thickness of the top. The phone features a center-mounted perforated screen, and the camera is located at the top of the screen.
The screen offers a 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sampling rate screen, with 800nit HBM screen brightness, and 1300nit peak brightness. The screen has a 600w:1 contrast ratio and covers 100 percent DCI-P3 color gamut and has passed SGS eye protection certification.
It supports HDR10+ technology, adopts LTM partial color mapping technology, dynamically adjusts the contrast of the display area, and feels comfortable outdoors. The X60 Pro Plus measures 158.59 × 73.35 × 9.10mm and weighs 190.6 grams.
The X60 Pro Plus is Vivo’s second Snapdragon 888 flagship, after the iQOO 7. Snapdragon 888 features Samsung’s 5nm process, integrated X60 baseband, 1+3+4 three-cluster structure, including 1 2.84GHz Cortex-X1 super core, 3 2.4GHz A78 performance cores, and 4 1.8GHz A55 efficiency core, compared with Snapdragon 865, CPU performance is improved by 25 percent.
Moreover, the Adreno 660 graphics processor has been upgraded and compared to Snapdragon 865, the GPU performance has increased by 35 percent. It includes Spectra 580 image signal processor, Hexagon 780 sixth-generation AI engine, ISP performance is up to 35 percent, and AI computing power performance is up to 73 percent.
The X60 Pro Plus has an eye-catching design and delivers flagship performance. It has dual main cameras which solves the problem of incompatibility of micro-head and super-outsole while delivering a richer image shooting experience. It is an ideal phone for some who shoot videos and takes pictures and has a strict requirement on the high-end texture of the phone. You can follow this link to purchase the X60 Pro Plus from Giztop.