Vivo X60 Pro Preview: Release Date, Key Features and Many More That You Should Know

Vivo, another big company which occupies slowly the market of smartphone,now coming up with a very powerful smartphone very soon. In this article we are going to discuss about the Vivo x60 pro which is releasing very soon.

Vivo X60 Pro Preview:

So, if you interested to know more about this one, then read this article carefully. I assure you after reading the whole one, you understand all the pros and cons of this device. Which ultimately helps you to decide that you should buy it or not.

Key features and highlights

The first of all that we should know before buying any smartphone is it’s processor. This phone is coming up with Samsung 1080 processor which is very unique on vivo’s phone. This is a very powerful processor which gives you more than enough performance from your expectations.

Besides this, here you get 8 gb of ram and 128 gb of internal storage which is quite normal in today’s smartphone. But here you don’t get any feature of expandable memory. This means you can’t use any kind of memory card or something like that in this phone. This phone is coming up with 4200 mAh battery. But to be honest it’s look a little low as compare to its price point. Though it’s a quite good battery which can give more than one day battery backup for normal users. But if you are a heavy user then you often charge it.

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This phone is coming up with four rear camera setup of 48+13+13+ 8 mp which is decent on that price point. Here you get 32 mp front camera.

The display quality is very impressive on this smartphone. Because it’s have Amoled display with 120 Hz refresh rate.

Release date

The expected release date of this smartphone is 25th March, 2021.


The price of the base varient is Rs. 50, 590 which looks a little high as compare to its features and all. And the upper variants may slightly more expensive than this.

So, that’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for latest updates.

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