Vivo X60 Pro Review 2021
Vivo X60 Pro
The X60 Pro+ represents the list of the best models on Vivo, and this year’s X60 Pro+ has it for you today. The (rather confusingly) X60 series title Pro+ includes a Jazz-branded all-out quad-camera system, a top-of-the-line chipset, and a beautiful AMOLED display, all with a spectacular (typ-type) display. are included in. skin.
The main selling point of the X60 Pro is the camera, which each has four focal lengths, with some characteristics for the stack. Most of the larger sensors are omnidirectional – the Ultrawhite uses a single large sensor attached to a kimble, while the main unit has a larger sensor (Kimble – no, OIS – yes), a larger sensor on top of narrow 2x binoculars. Large sensors are hard to fit in a periscope tele camera, but in this case, you’ll get a huge zoom – 5X.
Of course, the 2021 flagship smartphone worth the salt should have a Snapdragon 888 chipset, and the X60 Pro+ is no exception. The dual-curved AMOLED display is Samsung’s contribution to this Vivo appeal. One thing that stumps us is the moderate battery capacity, but the vegan skin on the back says the look is high on the priority list, so the slim profile comes first. autonomy.
Vivo X60 Pro Space at a Glance
Vivo X60 Pro Unboxing
The X60 Pro + The same premium-looking navy blue flat as the X60 Pro (non-plus) was shown at our door in a Schwarz box. Above the name of the camera lens, assembly and model is something, in capital letters. With the Jaycee logo so you know where the lens is coming from.
Inside the box, you will find a whole range of accessories which is not a feature of that time. The 55-watt charger is easy to operate and includes a compatible USB-A-to-C cable. You also get a set of earplugs that end with a 3.5mm plug and a USB-C-to-3.5mm adapter. So you have a place to put the headset. The list includes snap-on protection around and on the back.
The X60 Pro+ is a smartphone and you can’t go wrong with anything else. Thanks to the combination of a large camera island (is it a continent at this point?) and a leather bag. The Pro+ stands apart not only from other major name flagships but from other kibble-rocking lives as well.
There are too many modules to accommodate that camera assembly and two big pictures. Ultrawide was first installed in the Kimball, followed by a JC logo and a D* badge for the anti-combustion coating by a German optician. You have to remember. The non-X60 Pro Plus has no D*, and the Zeiss logo is bigger than here, making the Plus easier to recognize.
The next list shows the main camera, a smaller text sensor 1/3 the size. Beneath it, side by side, are two telescopes, a periscope assembly under and out of the island. To the right, and the herbivorous skin extending into the sea.
This we have emperor blue colorway, optional orange. With the right thinking, you can get rid of that look. But we’re a little comfortable with our review unit being in the blue. The overall technical look given by the camera cluster could have been better.
Blue or orange, the vegan skin is more noticeable than the X60 Pro’s glare-resistant non-frosting glasses. It is also practical not to reach it with fingerprints.
The exposed aluminum frame has a matte finish, so it also won’t be damaged by your slippery feet. Meanwhile, you should have no trouble reaching the power button on the right side of the handset with your right thumb. The button’s narrower surface makes it easy to separate it from the block rocker above it, which can achieve itself. The buttons are also placed on the metal and a slightly cut area of the frame.
The phone’s cavity is where you find the card space and only take the SIM out of the tray (two, one the size of a Nano), but not the MicroSD card slot. The USB-C port, speaker, and main mic are located here.
There’s another mic on top, and its pinhole hole looks like a plastic cover plate. The less majestic type on the X60 Pro+ is labeled ‘Professional Photography’ on that plate. But at least the typewriter isn’t in front of you.
The X60 Pro+ doesn’t have a proper IP rating – the Vivo generally doesn’t have any dust and water protection. A change in this situation is welcome, at least in such high-end models.
Measuring 158.6×73.4×9.1mm, the X60 Pro+ makes it 5-6mm smaller than the Find X3 Pro. OnePlus 9 Pro, or Mi11, so you can find a replacement for Vivo as a much smaller alternative to many competitors. The case can be tried. Weighing in at 191 grams, it is a few grams lighter than all of the above. But they are difficult to distinguish.
Vivo X60 Pro Battery Life
The Vivo X60 Pro is powered by a +4,200mAh battery, making it one of the smallest batteries in a flagship Android handset. Distant relatives like the Oppo Find X3 Pro and the OnePlus 9 Pro are a bit sad (4,500mAh each), the Mi 11’s power pack is Smithgen’s at 4,600mAh, the Galaxy S21+ is pair to a 4,800mAh cell.
However, Vivo was very frugal in using what was available, and in our tests published a good number of, otherwise very good. 11:33 hours WiFi web browsing The results are very low but don’t forget that the test is done at 120Hz.
On the other hand, for video playback, we got over 19 hours, which is the best sign in class. Regardless of the display mode, it will always be at 60Hz on the X60 Pro. Which is a volume storage strategy.
The long duration of voice calls is around 24 hours. While the wait draw is the absolute average for the SD888.
Lastly, the X60 Pro gets an endurance rating of +91 hours. Which is slightly better than the OnePlus 9 Pro and Mi11, which is significantly less than the Galaxy S21+ (with Exynos trim).
That aside, notably, we did a web browsing test at 60 Hz, where we had standby time (12:36 hours). Since Smart Switch’s update mode defaults to 60Hz for the browser (obviously you’ll get 60Hz in 60Hz mode, it’s extra time if you don’t mind the higher refresh rate.
The Vivo X60 Pro+ seals a Super 5 Flash Charger 2.0 with a proprietary 55W charger – 22 watts and a ‘Super’ over unit isn’t a plus. The higher power output makes a difference, and a 30-minute charge from zero drops it to 84% on the X60 Pro+ (69% on the X60 Pro). Full charge is 42 minutes.
The Oppo Find X3 Pro and OnePlus 9 Pro are slightly faster than Vivo in the same segment, and the Mi 11 is similar to the X60 Pro+ in Sprint, but other than that, the X60 Pro+ charges much faster.
The Vivo X60 Pro+ has four cameras on the rear, covering four different focal lengths. With an effective zoom range of 14mm to 125mm based on the 35mm camera. As a fan of Vivo Kimbles, it also gets a Pro+ this year.
Most unusual, it’s the ultrawide one that gets Kimball, unlike the main game. Which are things like the X50 Pro and X60 Pro. It uses a 48MP IMX598 sensor, which is a 1/2″ quad bay unit made by Sony to Vivo specification and pair with an f/2.2 aperture lens.
For the main camera, Vivo used the Samsung S5 KGN1 sensor. Typically a 50MP imager, it has 1/1.31 optical size and 1.2μm pixels. Reports a focal length of mm and an f/1.57 aperture for the lens. Which stabilizes even in the absence of the kibble.
The narrow telephoto uses a 1/2.8″ Samsung S5 KGT1 sensor, another tetrapixel unit with 0.8μm pixels, a 50mm lens with f/2.08 aperture and stabilization.
Then there’s 5x Tele. The stabilized f/3.4 periscope lens assembly with a focal length of 125mm diverts light onto the 8MP Omnivision OV08A10 sensor.
On the front, there is a 32MP selfie camera just like the X60 Pro. It is based on the Samsung S5 KGT1 tropical sensor (1 / 2.8 “, 0.88 m). It has a focal length of 24 mm and an aperture of f / 2.45.
The camera usage we see on the X60 Pro+ is pretty much the same as the X60 Pro. This is the upgraded and straightforward version of what we have on the V20. The confusing lens icon for ultrawide access is now gone, and changing all three focal lengths is done based on the ‘X’ in the classic selector, four buttons here Huh.
Like on other phones the main modes are switch by page swipe. And the ‘More’ tab allows you to access the less normal mode. From there, you can also customize the methods you can use in the viewfinder.
There’s a Pro Mode that allows you to modify photo parameters, and it works on all four rear cameras. You have ISO (50-3200), shutter speed (1/12000s -32s). White balance (preset and temperature sliders), focusing distance (no focus), and exposure (-3 / +3EV to 0.1 EV) up is increased), with easy to reach automatic buttons on everything and the universal ‘reset’ button to reset everything automatically. You get a live histogram and a status.
Daylight Image quality
Not surprisingly, given the hardware, the X60 Pro+ delivers very striking images, worthy of its primary position. As we’ve come to expect from our previous Vivo experience. We get clear colors from the X60 Pro+ at its default level. Whether we’re use to them or are a little more conservative in Pro+ Enrichment. We have a hard time complaining about its colorful way. Dynamic range is, at best, the best parallel in class.
There is almost no noise in the main camera photos, nothing in the sky, nothing in the shadows. This detail is better than any other 12-inch megapixel camera. It doesn’t solve the balcony blinds of the other model. It could be the 108MP-to-27MP Mi 11, but Vivo is on all other high-end phones.
The Short Tele captures that positive impression and gives us beautiful 8MP images at 2x zoom. Details are great, noise is low, and dynamic range is wide. Otherwise not as good in colors as the main cam.
The Periscope 5X has a zoom camera. In daylight, it becomes quiet again, with little noise. The dynamic range is still a bit narrow, but acceptable when trading is unattainable.