Vivo X60 Pro 5G Price List September, 2021 & Specs in Philippines
Vivo X60 Pro 5G Cheapest Price and Key Features
Vivo X60 Pro 5G Cheapest Price and Key FeaturesThe cheapest price of Vivo X60 Pro 5G in Philippines is PHP35590 from Shopee. The Vivo X60 Pro 5G features a 6.5" display, 48 + 8 + 13 + 13MP back camera, 32MP front camera, and a 4200mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Vivo X60 Pro 5G is January, 2021. Read more
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|Display Resolution||1080 x 2376pixels|
|Rear Camera||48 + 8 + 13 + 13MP|
|Camera Lenses||Quad Camera|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||158.5 x 73.2 x 7.6mm|
|CPU||Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G (7 nm)|
|Processor Core||Octa Core|
|Wi-Fi Standard||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
The X60 Pro is one of Vivo's best looking smartphones and is highly comparable to the likes of other brands in the market. And the good looks and features also match well with the overall performance of the phone. Although you can't really say that Vivo threw the best that they can get into the phone, the X60 Pro is still among the top of the class, and pretty close behind the top contenders in the smartphone market.
Here's a rundown on what you can expect being a user of Vivo's X60 Pro:
Design and Build
Top to bottom, front to back, this Vivo smartphone is quite the looker with its features. The aluminium frame with gorilla glass back and front, makes the phone weigh just under 180 g. Although not particularly the most distinctive of designs, the curved sides, its slimness and the lightweight make for a really comfortable phone to hold and ergonomically pleasing on the hands. The phone also has really narrow bezels, with an in-display fingerprint sensor and easily reached power and volume buttons.
The X60 Pro shows off its curves in 2 colours: Midnight Black and Shimmer Blue. Both sport a kind of satin finish, and the Shimmer Blue, is the best option, as it's not just blue, but comes out as multiple different colours depending on the lighting angle. It's for those looking for a more vibrant style and wanting a bit of some show-offy moments. But if you're wanting to be more subtle, then Midnight Black it is.
The dual SIM tray is at the bottom (dual stand-by and Nano-SIM), next to the USB type C port and where you'll find one drawback for any avid wired earphone wearers: no headphone jack. Speaking of drawbacks, one other downside to the phone is that its dust- and water-proofing IP rate is uncertain. In that, it doesn't have one.
Camera and Display
The face of the Vivo X60 Pro is engulfed in a 6.56" AMOLED display size, protected by the usual corning gorilla glass. Colours are bright and vibrant. It gives off a smooth 120Hz refresh rate (switchable to 60Hz if you're saving some battery juice) with a 240Hz touch sampling rate for even smoother gaming opportunities. And like we said before, there's an in-display fingerprint scanner that works superbly. Also, there's a proximity sensor but no face detection capabilities. The selfie camera is also a small punch hole at the very top and centre of the screen.
Speaking of cameras, that front-facing camera is an impressive 32MP, giving you even-coloured selfies and come out in wonderful detail with accurate balancing. The X60 Pro's main camera is equally impressive with a triple rear camera set-up: one 48MP and two 13MPs.
For the X60 Pro, Vivo equipped the phone with Zeiss optics through a partnership with the company. The Zeiss logo is there on the camera and when using the portrait mode, but other than that, having the Zeiss optics subtly helped the camera to perform stunningly.
All in all, the X60 Pro is able to produce amazing sharp photos with tonnes of detail, thanks to a better and larger aperture letting a lot of light in. The 2x optical zoom also gets you pretty sharp pictures and really vibrant, almost like it was never zoomed at all. Recording options can also render up to 4K and 60fps and is sufficiently stable.
Put together, the photos you'll take are more than perfect for your next Instagram post. Although with that said, this main camera is still not particularly the best in the market. Due to the software, exposure handling isn't that great and leaves some to be desired.
Internal specs and software
The Vivo X60 Pro is still an Android phone with a familiar operating system. So Android 11 is what you'll get with it software-wise. But Vivo does freshen things up a bit with its FunTouch OS (11.1), giving a more Vivo user interface and experience. It functions well horizontally, with menus accommodating this orientation as compared to some other UIs. It's also smooth and fluid, clean and overall easy on the eyes.
Vivo's X60 Pro is fitted with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 with the CPU an Octa-core and an Adreno 650 GPU. Granted, other mobile brands in this price range of smartphones are equipped with the better-performing 888, the 870 is still an okay fit for the X60 pro. Technically, the phone still performs great. Just not the greatest. But you still get 5G access, so that's a plus. The chipset also makes for a smooth and wonderful gaming experience on the phone.
The X60 Pro doesn't have a slot for any external storage options but it does come with 256GB internal storage and 12GB of RAM. The phone also has a loudspeaker but not a stereo. Internet connection: dual-band Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi direct hotspot, and the GPS: dual-band A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS and NavIC.
The Vivo X60 Pro comes with a Li-Po 4200mAh battery that's non-removable. This Li-Po non-removable battery will give you decent and near all-day long use, but it's not the most exceptional of battery performances. The phone doesn't give you the most confident feeling with its battery life, so travelling with a power bank is still a good idea.
The battery is capable of fast-charging at 33W and connects through the USB type C port mentioned earlier. That being the case, you will be missing out on any wireless charging.
Is the Vivo X60 Pro worth it?
Comparably, the Vivo X60 Pro doesn't really top its class of smartphones. However, the phone makes effective and meaningful compromises that make it deserving of Vivo's flagship status. Although, pricing on it is rather expensive for those compromises, especially when sitting side by side with its contenders from other brands. But that doesn't deny the fact that the phone has some amazing features: a great camera system, wonderfully performing specs and a premium build that still makes it a relatively great buy.