Vivo released its X60 series of mobile phones last week, including X60 and X60 Pro, equipped with the latest Samsung 5nm Exynos 1080 processor. At the end of the conference, it announced that the highest version of X60 Pro+ will come soon.
This morning, we found that a new Vivo model V2056A passed the 3C certification. It is the upcoming X60 Pro+. According to the 3C certification, this phone will be equipped with a charger model V5550L1A0-CN, which supports up to 55W output, which means that the phone will support 55W fast charge.
Previous official information showed that Vivo X60 Pro+ will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. Some digital bloggers broke the news that the camera will retain the Micro PTZ 2.0 and further improve its anti-shake ability. It also has a Zeiss certified optical lens and Zeiss’s iconic T coating, which greatly improves the lens transmittance and reduces glare.
In other respects, the X60 Pro+ also has features such as a 120Hz screen with a hole in the center and a 50-megapixel rear camera. It is said that the phone will be released around January 20.