Vivo unveiled three models under the X60 series with the vanilla X60 and X60 Pro arriving in December 2020 followed by X60 Pro+ in January 2021. Now, the Chinese smartphone maker has added a fourth device touted as Vivo X60t, and here’s everything about the newly launched product.
The Vivo X60t looks identical to the vanilla X60 given the fact that it stems from the same smartphone series. It uses a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC instead of an Exynos 1080 or Snapdragon 870 that the X60 uses for its Chinese and global variants respectively. There’s isn’t much difference elsewhere except the chipset as mentioned above and the camera department. Here, the X60t packs in a triple camera setup in partnership with ZEISS.
The setup includes a 48MP primary shooter with gimbal stabilization support and it is joined by a 13MP ultrawide and a 13MP portrait unit at the back. Apparently, the vanilla X60 doesn’t have a gimbal stabilization support. Proceeding further, Vivo X60t has a single 8GB+128GB storage option only. No doubt everything else remains almost the same.
The display mounted on X60t is a 6.56” 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED panel with a 32MP selfie shooter. It is an edge-to-edge display so you will have a better viewing experience no doubt. The device runs on a giant 4,300 mAh battery and a 33W fast charging tech supplies the required juice to charge up the battery.
Vivo X60t packs in 5G network support, NFC, among others. It runs on the latest OriginOS 1.0 which is based on Android 11.
Finally, talking about the price tag, it is available at CNY 3,498 or $530 via offline stores in two major color variants. As usual, the device is China-exclusive and thus, it remains unknown when it will arrive in markets outside China.
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