So Vivo launches their new series, the X60 series. Vivo X60 Pro+, Vivo X60 Pro, and Vivo X60 have been launched in India as the latest flagship series by the company. The main highlight of this series is GIMBAL 2.0. The main focus is a Camera with professional modes, So how good are these models. Let’s check it out.
I am gonna give my first impressions on Vivo X60 Pro as I feel this device is the best among all 3 and is worth the penny.
QUICK SPECS :
6.56-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display
Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC
Up to 12GB RAM, 256GB storage
48MP + 13MP +13MP triple-cameras
32MP front-facing camera
33W fast-charging support
Vivo X60 Pro comes with the latest Snapdragon 870 Soc and a much more improved display from its predecessor. The physical overview of the Vivo X60 Pro is just amazing with a shiny glass back, it comes with a 120Hz Super-AMOLED display. The smartphone possesses a bezel-less punch-hole display. The display is curved and slightly smaller compared with other flagships like s21 Ultra and 12Pro Max at 6.58 inches. The viewing angles are great, the display is crisp and bright. The phone’s in-hand feel is too good and compact to use. The phone comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor, which is fairly accurate and opens the pretty quickly.
The main highlight of this series is the camera where Vivo has a tie-up with ZEISS branding. And the key to the success of this mobile might be the Gimbal stabilization on the main camera. The camera on the Vivo X60 Pro is impressive for most parts. Vivo has added a 48MP+13MP+13MP camera with ‘Gimbal Stabilisation’ on the 48MP lens, which can ensure a more steady performance, even if your handshakes. So far as I feel this camera set-up is really good and can capture really good day-light images with picture-perfect clarity.
The video on this mobile captured will be as smooth as a DSLR, thanks to the gimbal that keeps the mobile steady even at harsh movements. The mobile automatically switches to MACRO when taken closer to a subject which is a good thing instead of adding another lens. The front camera comes with a 32mp shooter with an old lens which is a downgrade as far as my opinion. But overall the camera is just amazing and it is a flagship camera where Vivo is flexing with ‘Professional Camera‘.
Vivo X60 Pro has a 4200 mAh battery with a 33W fast charger. The phone can go from 0 to 75 percent in under an hour which is good enough. The battery will easily last a day or so with heavy to moderate usage for most users. But not adding wireless charging is something worse at this price point, where every flagship comes with fast wireless charging Vivo chose to ignore it.
The Vivo X60 Pro is priced at Rs 49,990 making this a flagship level offering for 12GB RAM and 256GB storage space. The obvious competitor is the OnePlus 9, which now starts at Rs 49,999 for the 8GB/128GB variant. Vivo also allows you to add up an extra 3GB making it to 15GB which gives you more speed of performance and better RAM management. The main Con might be the front camera with no-stabilization and night mode must be a difficult job for this mobile. The new UI of Vivo is damn amazing which nearer to stock UI but comes with tons of customization at the same time.
So if you are looking for a phone at a price point of 50,000, I would surely recommend VivoX 60PRO as it is a proper flagship at pro-grade Camera performance.
The phone might heat up during gaming as no thermal cooling is specified.
Battery life is not great as compared to other flagships.