At the very end of last year, Vivo introduced the X60 and X60 Pro flagships. Until now, they were exclusive to China, but now it finally became known about entering the international market.
Smartphones have hit the Google Play Console and Geekbench database, which means a global debut is just around the corner. True, there will still be differences between the Chinese and international versions.
So, if the Vivo X60 and X60 Pro in China come with Exynos 1080 processors, then outside the Middle Kingdom, as the Google Play Console says, they will come out with a different chip – Snapdragon 870.
The global variant of the X60 Pro was also spotted in the Geekbench benchmark with a “kona” chip. This name also hides the Snapdragon 870. In addition, 12 GB of RAM and Android 11 are confirmed.
For the rest, there seems to be no difference. Recall that the Vivo X60 and X60 Pro have 6.56-inch Full HD + displays (2376 × 1080 pixels) with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, 32 MP front cameras and main cameras with Zeiss optics.