According to previous reports, the new series of Vivo X60 smartphones is expected to be unveiled on December 28th. However, so far very little information about Vivo products has been available in cyberspace. Previous Vivo X series models, including the X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro Plus, used Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips.
The X50 and X50 Pro used the Snapdragon 765 chip, and the X50 Pro Plus used the Snapdragon 865. Even the Vivo X51 used a Snapdragon 765 chip; For this reason, the next generation Vivo X series was expected to use Qualcomm chips. However, the information in the GeekBook Vivo X60 benchmark shows the opposite.
In the published list, Vivo X60 is equipped with Samsung’s Exynos 1080 chip instead of Qualcomm chips. The registered list is said to belong to the standard version of the Vivo X60 series; But it is not yet clear whether other models will use Samsung chips.
Vivo X60 with model number V2047A managed to get 888 points in single-core test and 3,244 points in multi-core test. Recently, the Galaxy S21 Ultra scores with the Exynos 2100 chip were released on Geekbench, which had a score of 1,006 in the single-core test and 3,059 in the multi-core test. It is interesting to know that Snapdragon 888 has the same scores as Exynos 2100 and 1080.
The Vivo X60 is expected to ship with Android 11 OS and 12GB of RAM and new versions of the OrginOS user interface. Unfortunately, the possible price of Vivo’s new flagship has not been determined yet, and we do not know whether it will go to other markets in the world except the Chinese market.
It should also be noted that it is not clear whether the tests performed are on the final version of the products. In fact, perhaps the smartphone that will be marketed will outperform the experimental models listed in the GeekBench benchmark; For this reason, we have to wait until the introduction of these smartphones to the market.