Review Of Vivo X60 Pro+ India 2021

The Premium smartphone segment in India has long been dominated by Samsung and Apple, however, over the years, and smaller players such as OnePlus has been trying to snag a piece of this profitable pie. This year, Xiaomi has upped its game with the Mi 11 Ultra, and so have the Data, with X60 series.

We have already seen, All X60 Pro in action, and it turned out to be a very good smartphone for those who shoot a lot of video. All X60 Pro is its more expensive sibling, and it also keeps most of the same key features, while at the same time, offer better cameras, and a much more powerful SoC. It Costs Rs. 69,990, it would compete directly with the Mi 11 Ultra, and the top-end variant of the OnePlus 9 Pro, both of which have been proven to be a very good smartphone. It’s time to find out about the X60 Pro is worth the premium over the X60 Pro.

All X60 Pro design

I think I Shall have to really knock it out of the park with the design of the X60 Pro. It does look elegant, and feel graceful, and surprisingly light for a phone with a metal frame and a periscope camera. The matte finish of the exposed aluminium frame and a faux leather back will help to keep it fingerprint-free. The Multi-layered rear of the camera module is similar to the in Vivo X60 Pro, with the exception of the added telephoto camera. The physical buttons have good feedback, and at the end we have in the SIM card slot, USB Type-C port, and speaker.

This display looks great as well. This is a 6.56-inch curved AMOLED display with full HD+ resolution and a 120hz refresh rate. The display is HDR10+ certification, and are protected by Schott’s Xensation Up the scratch protective glass. At this price, I would have liked to have seen a more detailed QHD+ display, but it’s not a bad thing, because the pixel density is still a good bit of 320ppi.

All X60 Pro specifications and software

All X60 Pro is getting a performance boost over the standard Pro model, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. This is the top-of-the-line, the chip also powers the phone off immediately rivals from OnePlus, and Xiaomi. It supports a total of five of the 5G band, which is a good thing but it’s still less than what the Mi 11 Ultra provides. All offers are not put at risk, other specifications, and you will get 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage.

Aside from the usual wireless connectivity and sensors, All X60 Pro has a laser autofocus sensor for the rear camera, in-display fingerprint sensor, and NFC, which was missing from the X60 Pro. Unfortunately, some of the key features is still a lack of Data, most of the premium features. A stereo speaker, an IP rating, wireless charging, there are three major flaws, in my opinion, is that this feels like an incomplete, the flagship of the. At this price, and with a view of the current event, that is unforgivable.

Vivo’s cstom Android skin, called FunTouch OS is now in the version of article 11 (1), and is based on Android 11. It has the same set of features and customization options with which we last saw on the Vivo X60 Pro. I wish All features of an accidental touch prevention alternatives for a curved screen, which is trying to film a video with only one hand can result in a large number of unwanted entries. There are a ton of pre-installed apps, most of which can be uninstalled. I was glad that none of the Data’s stock apps are bombarding me with ads, or too many unwanted messages.

As far as updates are concerned, the Vivo has just announced that the future of the X-series of phones will get three years of Android OS updates. Unfortunately, this is not the case for the current crop of phones, including the X60 Pro. There is an opportunity to make sure that will change in the future, but for now, it is unclear how many of the generations of Android, X60 Pro is going to use to their advantage.

All X60 Pro performance and battery life

All X60 Pro+ is an excellent phone for the life. The smooth, matte textures out of the frame and the back, meant to be, it always looked clean and pristine, even when my fingers were not. It 191g, the weight is distributed very well in the body, which makes it very light compared to heavyweights such as the Mi 11 Ultra, and the OnePlus 9 Pro. The 120 hz refresh rate, dynamic, and drops back to 60 hz applications that do not need it.

The result was a blazing fast, too. Even with all of the bells and whistles, FunTouch OS went on smooth and was easy to master. I also found the biometric data in order to be a high level of confidence, whether it be a fingerprint sensor, and face recognition. All X60 Pro received positive reviews of the benchmarks of a large 8,23,367 points in AnTuTu and 9, and a solid 1,133 single-core and 3,631 in the multi-core scores in Geekbench 5. The metal frame, which will get hot when the phone is busy, and that is to be expected.

The videos looked good on the phone’s screen, in particular the APPLICATION of the content. There is only one speaker was loud, but the stereo sound to the highest degree, just what did that take away from the experience. The game looked and ran very smoothly thanks to a powerful Song, and plenty of RAM. The Ultra Game Mode option in the FunTouch OS, you can get access to a shortcut icon from the sidebar in the game, adjust the images, and sounds, and even respond to messages from all apps in floating windows.

All X60 Pro has a decent size of 4,200 mAh battery that easily lasted me about a day and a half with my typical usage. I used to use the cameras, a lot of, and / or the long game, when it declined a little bit, but I did manage at least one full day on a single charge. Charging the battery should not be taken for a long period of time, either. All ‘ s, 55W FlashCharge tech can charge the battery from zero to about 70% in half an hour. Wireless charging could be completed to a premium experience-but unfortunately, this isn’t supported.

All X60 Pro cameras

All X60 Pro has the same camera, gimbal system, which X60 Pro, along with the ZEISS T* coating on the lens to minimize reflections. However, some of the lenses and sensors have been upgraded. For example, you may receive an optical stabilized, the 50-megapixel Samsung GN1 sensor and an f/1.57 f-stop. The Ultra-wide camera, Sony IMX589 a 48-megapixel sensor, which provides gimbal-level stabilisation. You’ll also receive two telephoto cameras, 32-megapixel snapper with a 2X optical zoom lens, and an 8-megapixel snapper with a 5X optical zoom lens. All X60 Pro can digitally zoom up to 60X.

We have tested the phone’s telephoto cameras in detail in our superzoom camera in a firefight. To sum it up, the cameras are very capable, but I found the quality of the image, in order to be a couple of notches lower than the telephoto cameras of the Mi 11 Ultra, and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra produce, especally when you’re shooting at more than 10X magnification

Portrait the camera of 32-megapixel) camera, is really the more powerful of the two telephoto cameras, as it generally produces better-quality images. However, if you would like to have better reach, with an 8-megapixel periscope camera, is what you’re going to have to make use of.

The main rear camera to capture the best details of the lot. The Pixel-binned images it produces are sharp. The object is very well defined, and the colors are strong, even if they did, it’s sometimes a little too vibrant for my tastes, especially if it was green, and red in the scene. The Ultra-wide camera with a wide enough field of view, but the objects in the corners could see the heavily distorted, depending on the angle you are shooting at. The Close-ups you have a lot of good information, and a pleasant blur to the background. In the camera app, it will automatically switches to the macro mode, you’re very close to a subject, but this can be turned off if need be.

Low-light photos to pack in a lot of great information as well. In the camera app, which automatically reduces the shutter speed, for a better exposure. Zoom, the performance takes a huge hit on the of the night which is All X60 Pro, almost always have a digital zoom up on the subject instead of having to use his camera to a computer. However, if the scene is well lit, so it will be using one of them, depending on how much you zoom in.

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