An alleged Vivo X60 Pro leaks onto TENAA ahead of its launch
Vivo's upcoming debut for the successors to its X50 "gimbal-cam" phones. They are slated to stand out with their new Exynos 1080 SoC, a quasi-premium chipset that may prove an alternative to others from Qualcomm or MediaTek. This spec may have been confirmed in a new TENAA listing that, as the leaker Digital Chat Station asserts, is associated with this line's Pro variant.
This documentation apparently includes a processor clocked at 2.8GHz, which might line up with the 1080. It is accompanied by 8 to 12GB of RAM, 128 to 256GB of internal storage and Android 11. This is likely to be skinned by OriginOS in the X60 series.
This "Pro" also has a 48+13+13+8MP rear camera system, which might seem a little underwhelming compared to the even more elaborate arrangement seen in the X50 flagship, headlined by a 50MP main shooter as it was.
In addition, we still have no concrete idea of how these phones will look, as the "photo" section of its alleged TENAA page is yet to go live at present.