Yesterday, Vivo officially announced the new Vivo X60 series, featuring the second-generation micro-PTZ and Zeiss optical lens, it is expected to be released on December 29.
The digital blogger @Digital Chat Station released a set of live images of the Vivo X60 series entry-level model and revealed that the model will include color gradient, black, and warm yellow colors. The body will use a special AG glass material.
In addition, he also broke the news that the weight of the phone is 7.3mm, making it the world’s thinnest 5G mobile phone so far. vivo X60 will also use a 4300mAh battery
The phone will feature Samsung Exynos 1080 chip, which, Exynos 1080 is the industry’s first 5nm A78 flagship chip. Its CPU and GUP use the latest ARM’s Cortex-A78 and Mali-G78, and its performance has been significantly improved.
Not only that, the Vivo X60 series is once again equipped with micro-PTZ technology, this technology is first commercialized by the Vivo X50 Pro.
Compared with the traditional OIS optical image stabilization, the micro-PTZ can realize anti-shake correction in multiple directions, so as to obtain a larger anti-shake angle than ordinary OIS. The ultra-stable micro-PTZ can also effectively extend the exposure time and have a more powerful night shooting ability.
On the Vivo X50 Pro, the micro-PTZ anti-shake technology achieves a stable and smooth shooting picture, and the anti-shake angle is 200% higher than the traditional OIS optical anti-shake.
Now on the Vivo X60 series, Vivo has upgraded the micro-PTZ to version 2.0, and the imaging quality is worth looking forward to.