Vivo X60 will be offered in two RAM and storage configurations while the Pro variant will come in a single storage model.
The Vivo X60 can be seen with punch gap design, flat show with gradient end and flat show with triple rear camera setup. The listing also reveals the specifications of the Vivo X60 series. It will come in two variants: 8GB RAM with 128GB and 8GB RAM with 256GB storage.
The partnership will also launch the vivo ZEISS Master Photography campaign to promote newly developed imaging systems and to "inspire users to enjoy their creativity with vivo flagship smartphones".
The configurations will be available in three colour options: grey, shimmer (translated) and a blueish-pink gradient. Meanwhile, Vivo X60 Pro will likely be available in only two colour options - black and blue.
According to the Vivo retailer itemizing, the Vivo X60 Pro can have a curved show whereas slim bezels shall be given on the high and backside. Apart from this, a second leak revealed that the Vivo X60 often is the world's thinnest 5G smartphone.
The upcoming Vivo X60 series will be powered by Exynos 1080 chipset and it will have up to 12 GB of RAM. One of the major differences between the standard X60 and X60 Pro will be the display. Both phones will have a main 48 MP cam, coupled with a 13 MP ultra-wide snapper and a 13 MP portrait shooter. Both the phones will feature a punch hole cut out on the front for a selfie camera.
The X60 Pro is said to have an 8 MP sensor behind the periscope, bringing 5x optical and 60x digital zoom along the way. Both the Vivo X60 phones are said to come with micro-gimbal stabilization, which was recently introduced with the Vivo X50 Pro.