Vivo X60 Pro Brief Review. The Vivo X60 Pro in Malaysia is a bit weird and confusing. Because in China, the X60 Pro is powered by Exynos 1080 and has a quad-camera system. But the model in Malaysia, the Pro uses a tri-camera and is powered by a Snapdragon 870. So what is the difference between the regular X60 and the X60 Pro in Malaysia? It may be small, but what matters is the greatness of this device. The Vivo X60 is among the Vivo technology that managed to captivate my own heart. The experience of using this device is very different, especially the crazy photography capabilities of the Pro.
If all this time in my smartphone reviews, I said no other device can compete with the Google Pixel from portrait mode and Night Sight – this Vivo X60 Pro is probably a real camera competitor. With Zeiss software and help, Vivo managed to offer a great camera system. The Funtouch OS 11 that runs is closer to the native Android than the Oxygen OS. Just, is this the best Vivo device ever produced? Is it worth owning? Is it suitable for everyone? After a few weeks of using this device, I can say maybe yes. Let’s read this review to the end for yourself to judge whether or not you should own this device.
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Specifications And Designs
Holding the Vivo X60 Pro device in hand gives a feeling more or less the same as holding the Vivo X50. It’s really thin, even so thin that it feels a little sharp and using a protective frame is even better. This slim design looks neat, beautiful and premium. Vivo managed to bring a device with a design that looks like a luxury object. The camera modules are still in the rectangular design category, but each sensor is arranged like a pyramid. The blue Zeiss logo is visible, which is a bit annoying. While it can only be placed on the side or on the back panel of the device.