Vivo X60 Pro Review: Fast Performance, Cool Camera!

Vivo has released the latest variant of the Vivo X-Series presented to China, namely the X60 Series 5G Co-engineered with ZEISS. And we have the arrival of one of the models from the series that we will review, namely the Vivo X60 Pro.

Yes, this smartphone also carries Gimbal Stabilization 2.0, which is the successor to the technology that was present in its predecessor. The camera technology that is present on this smartphone is also enhanced through the collaboration of Vivo with ZEISS.

Vivo X60 Pro is present as a smartphone that is not only suitable for daily drivers, but also as a reliable weapon for photography enthusiasts and content creators. Intrigued by this smartphone, see the full review below.

Sales package

Before discussing further the Vivo X60 Pro device, we will first look at the contents of the box or sales package of the Vivo X60 Pro. The contents include:

Vivo X60 Pro unit
33W FlashCharge
USB Type C cable
Headset XE170 with a 3.5 mm audio jack
USB Type C converter to 3.5mm audio jack
Screen Protector (attached to the smartphone screen)
SIM tray ejector
Document package


Vivo X60 Pro comes with a “Sleek and Smooth” design, where the rear body appears with a 3D Curved Design and AG Frosted Glass appearance, as well as a satin finish that feels smoother than the usual frosted finish. The attractive appearance of the rear body is formed with dual-tone steps that show excellent craftsmanship and make this smartphone feel comfortable when held.

For color, the Vivo X60 Pro comes with two color variants, namely Shimmer Blue; gradations of blue and purple that give off an impression like mist in the morning, and Midnight Black; gradations of gray and black depicting the night sky.

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Even though it is equipped with Gimbal Stabilization 2.0 technology, this smartphone still has a thin body, with a thickness of only:

69 mm for the Shimmer Blue, weighing 179 grams
59 mm for Midnight Black, weighs 177 grams

For the placement of buttons and slots on the Vivo X60 Pro, including:

Right: Power Button and Volume Up / Down Button
Above: Microphone
Left: Empty
Bottom: SIM tray (Dual Nano SIM), Microphone, USB Type C, Speaker

In the front section, of course, there is a screen with an AMOLED panel measuring 6.56 inches with a 3D Curved Ultra O Screen design. This panel has a resolution of 2340 x 1080 px, certified LTM Display with HDR10 + Certification, jointly developed by Vivo and Qualcomm.

This screen has a refresh rate of 120 Hz with a response rate of 240 Hz. Also, for the comfort and safety of the user’s eyes, this screen has SGS Eye Care Display & SGS Seamless certification.

The bezels look pretty thin on each side, with the earpieces at the top of the display. Besides, this screen also has a punch hole in the top center of the screen to place a selfie camera. The screen also has an in-display Fingerprint scanner technology.

For users who want to play streaming video services like Netflix, this smartphone certainly supports up to Full HD resolution, with HDR support. This is consistent with the claim from Vivo that this smartphone screen supports HDR10.

On the backside, what stands out the most is of course the camera frame module of this device. The design is still similar to the X50 Pro, but what distinguishes it is the ZEISS logo which is located in the upper corner of the camera frame.

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The X60 Pro is a smartphone device with the Vivo ZEISS Co-Engineered Imaging System. ZEISS is a company from Germany which has a big role in the optical system and optoelectronic.

Approaching the end of 2020, Vivo and ZEISS announced that they were collaborating in developing technology, especially for mobile imaging. The ZEISS Camera System used in the Vivo X60 Pro is the result of this collaboration, the first time it was used on a smartphone.

Still using the “The Big Eye” design as used in the Vivo X50 Pro, with a large main sensor on top, and two secondary sensors at the bottom.

Here are the advantages and exciting features of the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro

Officially launched, these are the advantages and exciting features of the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro. There is support for a gimbal camera and a ZEISS sensor.

After going through various rumors, the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro smartphones have officially debuted in China. These two brand-new smartphones offer several advantages and exciting features that are interesting to discuss. What are they?

Advantages of Exciting Features of Vivo X60 and X60 Pro
The First Cellphone to Use the Exynos 1080 Chipset
Yes. Vivo X60 and X60 Pro are the debut venues for the latest Samsung Exynos 1080 chipset. These two phones don’t use the new Snapdragon 888 chipset like other devices. But the global version uses Snapdragon 870.

What are the advantages of the Exynos 1080? Exynos 1080 is the first 5nm chipset with ARM Cortex A-78 big core CPU capable of working up to 3GHz. This chipset will also work with the Mali-G78 GPU and support dual-mode 5G.

The powerful Exynos 1080 chipset is paired with 8GB / 12GB RAM and 128GB / 256GB UFS 3.1 storage. Vivo also includes an in-screen fingerprint scanner, face unlocks, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC, dual-band Wi-Fi on both phones, and uses OriginOS 1.0 based on Android 11.

Finally, in terms of interior, Vivo X60 is powered by a 4300mAh battery. While the Vivo X60 Pro uses a 4200mAh battery. Both phones support 33W fast charging.

Camera with Gimbal and ZEISS Sensor
Apart from the Exynos 1080 chipset, the Vivo X60 Series still has another interesting feature, which is an impressive camera. This time, Vivo deliberately hooked up with ZEISS to put more sophisticated lens technology into its new cellphone.

Gimbal stabilization present in X60 Pro

The Gimbal stabilizing system for guitars is the answer to your question if the guitar can be fixed at the top of the fretboard. This system is made by the German company, Dyli Sentrum, and they have developed a unique stability design that uses two wedges that are stable on their own but when you place them together, they form a stable platform to which you and your guitar can be placed while playing. The concept of a guitar that can be fixed at the top of the fretboard has been around for a long time. In fact, many famous guitar players like Les Claypool, Paul McCartney, and Steve Vai used this idea in their early solos. Unfortunately, none of these guitarists were able to use the stability device available in the new X60 Pro guitar from Dyli Sentrum.

The unique stability device in the X60 Pro is called the GIMBAL System. The GIMBAL System is used by professional guitar players to achieve maximum stability while playing. The GIMBAL System allows you to choose the best way to fix your guitar so that it will stay in tune even after you have left the guitar where you have been playing. The reason why guitar players use the GIMBAL System is that it provides them with a way to change the pitch of their guitar as well as the action of the guitar at the same time. This is very difficult to do and if you had to do this on your own, you would have to scale the entire fretboard.

The guitar that the X 60 Pro is equipped with the GIMBAL stability device is very stable. Many guitar players who have used this guitar have reported that their guitars are very quiet when they are in the saddle and when they are playing. Other players have reported that they are able to easily reach the frets of the guitar without having to lift the guitar from the ground. All of these features make the guitar worth every penny.

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