Vivo X60, X60 Pro Official Renders Leaked Ahead of Official Launch, Tipped to Feature 6.56-inch 120Hz display

Vivo X60 will feature a triple-camera setup, while X60 Pro will come with quad rear cameras.


Vivo X60 series might launch in China on December 28. The company is gearing up to launch three smartphones this series including Vivo X60, X60 Pro, and X60 Pro+. The company has recently partnered with Zeiss Optics and X60 series will be the first line of phones to come with a new co-engineered imaging system. Furthermore, the phones have been leaked on numerous occasions that have given some hint about its specifications and features. Now, a known tipster has revealed some renders of the upcoming X60 and X60 Pro smartphones. The renders reveal that the phones will come with a similar design language as seen in the X50 series. Let’s take a closer look at the recently-leaked renders of the X60 and X60 Pro.

Vivo X60, X60 Pro official renders leaked online

The renders were leaked by known tipster Digital Chat Station. The renders reveal that both the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro come with a 6.56-inch Full HD+ display with a screen resolution of 2476 x 1080 pixels. The phones will use Samsung E3 OLED panel, which is also present in the X50 series. Furthermore, the tipster claims that the phones will support 120Hz refresh rate.

The Vivo X60 series offers a similar design language as seen in the X50 series. However, the major difference here will be the position of the punch-hole cutout. The X50 series offer a punch-hole cutout at the top-left corner of the display. However, in Vivo X60 series, the punch-hole cutout is present at the top-centre of the screen.

Coming to the renders, the Vivo X60 will be available in three colour options including White, Black and Blue. The Pro variant will be available in two colour options: Blue and Black. The renders reveal that both the phones will don a similar look. The rear panel comes with a squircle camera module at the top-left corner. The X60 will feature a triple-camera setup, while the X60 Pro will come with a quad-camera setup. The volume controls and power on/off button are present on the right side of the device.