The Chinese OEM Vivo, owned by BBK electronics launched its Vivo X60 and X60 Pro last month. These smartphones were the world’s first phones to house a micro-gimbal stabilization system. However, the smartphones are powered with the upper mid-range Exynos 1080 processor. So, for the user who wants notch specs with the gimbal camera system, Vivo has now launched a new phone called Vivo X60 Pro Plus with Snapdragon 888 chipset.
This new smartphone uses SD 888 – the latest and greatest Qualcomm chipset instead of the regular Exynos 1080 which means one can expect top-notch CPU and GPU performance. Also, the fast charging on the X60 Pro + is increased to 55W which is also again a huge improvement over 33W charging on the regular X60 variants.
Vivo X60 Pro Plus also comes with improvements in the camera department too. Its cameras now come with Zeiss lens coatings for better image quality. Also, instead of the main 48 MP on Vivo X60 and X60 Pro, the X60 Pro + comes with a 50MP Samsung GN1 main camera. This 50 MP lacks the gimbal stabilization system, albeit comes with the OIS. However, the Gimbal stabilization system is housed inside the 48MP (IMX598, 114-degree field of view) ultra-wide snapper.
Other cameras on the phone include a 32MP 2x telephoto lens for portraits and an 8MP 5x periscope shooter. In terms of the camera software features, Vivo X60 Pro + touts night portraits, ultra-wide and panoramic night shots, a 100MP mode via the 50MP shooter, a starry sky mode, and color restoration of black and white photos.
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