Vivo’s redesigned OriginOS is touted to arrive on November 18 and that is when it is expected to launch the upcoming X60 series with it. If the speculations are true, there are three models under the X60 branding i.e. X60, X60 Pro, and X60s 5G with the latter being an affordable variant. We might already have a first look at the X60 and X60 Pro that will be arriving a week later from today.
Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station posted a bunch of images and there’s a strong incline that the models show in the live photos are actually Vivo X60 and X60 Pro. As per the leaked images, the standard Vivo X60 sports a flat display with a centered punch-hole cutout for its front camera. As of now, Samsung has dominated the dugout cut-out market. It is perhaps an LCD panel without any doubt. The phone is likely powered by the upcoming Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC which is made for mid-range smartphones. It comes with a fast-charging speed of up to 33W as per the previous reports.
Fast forward to Vivo X60 Pro packs in a quad curved display i.e. it will have all four of its sides curved. It will sport the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC and will be running on Vivo’s upcoming and redesigned OriginOS. Other details that the leakster provided are that the phone will have a centrally-located punch-hole sensor as its standard version. Along with it, the display is expected to have a 6.65-inch size with a good color cast control and it is probably manufactured by Samsung although take it with a pinch of salt. It will also sport a 120Hz refresh rate which is a must-have feature in flagship devices nowadays.
According to the reports, OriginOS is a completely redesigned OS made by Vivo to replace the cartoonish and less aesthetic FuntouchOS. OriginOS is touted as made with an inclination towards users outside of China and will be closer to stock Android although Vivo hasn’t commented anything about the same at the time of writing this.
Lastly, the Vivo X60s will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G which has already made its entry on the OnePlus Nord released earlier this year. The device will arrive with 33W fast charging support on the go.