The Vivo X60 Pro+ launches in two colours with a Snapdragon 888, a 120 Hz AMOLED screen, ZEISS-branded optics and a gimbal camera
Vivo launched the X60 and X60 Pro last year, but now it is the turn of the X60 Pro+, or X60 Pro Plus as people will also call it. while the X60 Pro+ is part of the same series as the other two models, it features several high-quality upgrades from the X60 and X60 Pro. Namely, Vivo has equipped its latest flagship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and will sell it with up 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, along with 256 GB of UFS 3.1 flash storage.
Additionally, the X60 Pro+ has a 6.56-inch AMOLED screen that tops out at a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Additionally, the display has a 240 Hz touch sampling rate and a peak brightness of 1,300 nits, although its 1,080p resolution is underwhelming. Moreover, Vivo has integrated a fingerprint sensor within the display for biometric authentication.
The X60 Pro+ offers four rear-facing cameras too, including a 50 MP primary camera based on Samsung's ISOCELL GN1 sensor. The GN1 offers optical image stabilisation (OIS) and Super Night Mode 2.0, which Vivo claims will provide nearly 40% better light sensitivity and 22% more accurate autofocus than its predecessor.
Vivo has complemented the GN1 with a 48 MP Sony IMX598 that serves as an ultra-wide-angle camera with a 14 mm equivalent lens. Vivo also uses the IMX598 as a gimbal camera, like it did with the X50 Pro. Furthermore, the X60 Pro+ also has two telephoto cameras: a 32 MP one with a 50 mm equivalent lens and an 8 MP periscope camera that supports 5x optical zoom.
Vivo rounds this plethora of equipment off with a 4,200 mAh battery that the X60 Pro+ can recharge at up to 55 W. The X60 Pro+ does not support wireless charging, though. The device starts at CNY 4,988 (~US$773) with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. However, Vivo charges CNY 5,998 (~US$928) for the 12 GB and 256 GB model. It is unclear when Vivo plans to release the X60 Pro+ outside of China.