Back in June this year, Vivo had launched the X50 series in China. This X50 series has two smartphones. Now as per the recent reports, Vivo is looking to launch the successor of the X50 series, that is the X60 series.
As per a shared screenshot of China’s 3C certification authority website, we can see there are three models of Vivo smartphones. The three models are as listed: V2059A, V2047A, and V2046A. All of them are 5G smartphones. As per the 3C listing, all of the three phones support 33W (11V dc at 3A Max) of fast charging. The most interesting part is that the previous X50 series smartphones also support 33W Flash charging. So, it is almost confirmed that the three models appeared on the 3C certification website, are the members of the Vivo X60 family.
As of now, Vivo has not confirmed the retail names of the X60 series smartphones. But as per the rumors, the names of three X60 series smartphones are Vivo X60, X60 Pro, and X60 Pro+. In terms of the chipset, the Vivo X60 series could be powered by the recently launched Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC chipset.
As per the display, the X60 series smartphones will have a center hole-punch panel whereas the Pro version is likely to feature a curved display. Coming to the camera section, the X60 series looks like to retains the rectangular camera layout like the X50 series.
As of now, the pricing or availability of this X60 series has not been confirmed yet by the company. But it is rumored that this series will get launched at a price tag of 3,500 yuan(~$535).