Vivo X60 Pro Plus 3C Certification
Vivo last month released its new X60 series, including the X60 and X60 Pro, debuting with the 5nm Exynos 1080 processor, with a teaser at the end that the flagship Vivo X60 Pro Plus would arrive.
This morning news, we found a model number V2056A Vivo new machine through the 3C certification, equipped with a charger up to support 55W output, meaning that the machine supports 55W fast charging. The information shows that Vivo X60 Pro Plus will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, to correspond to the positioning of the mega cup.
A digital blogger broke the news that the machine will retain the micro cloud stage 2.0, shooting anti-shake ability to further improve, while having a Zeiss certified optical lens, with the Zeiss signature T coating, greatly improving the lens transmission rate and reducing glare.
Compared to the traditional OIS optical stabilization, the micro cloud table can not only realize “X-axis and Y-axis bidirectional movement”, but also realize the rotation around two axes, forming YAW and PITCH axial movement, to achieve the effect of multi-dimensional “three-dimensional anti-shake”, which better solves the problem of anti-shake encountered by users when taking photos and shooting videos. What’s more, Vivo X60 Pro+ is also expected to be equipped with Zeiss certified optics, which not only significantly reduces bokeh, field curvature, and distortion, but also has a unique Zeiss “imaging style.”
Other aspects, Vivo X60 Pro+ also has 120Hz flexible centered dugout screen, 50-megapixel full focal length quad camera, and other features, the machine is said to be released around January 20.