Vivo X60t Pro Specs and Design Leaked on TENAA: AMOLED Display, Triple Cameras and More

Vivo X60t Pro will feature a AMOLED display and triple-camera setup.


Vivo launched the Vivo X60 series smartphones at the beginning of this year. Later in June, the Chinese smartphone maker also unveiled the T-series editions of the X60 which included two devices namely the Vivo X60t and the Vivo X60t Pro Plus. Well, at that time the brand didn’t announce the Vivo X60t Pro smartphone. Now, it appears that Vivo is prepping up to introduce the X60t Pro in China soon. The Vivo X60t Pro handset in a recent development has received the required TENAA certification in China. The TENAA certification reveals the renders and detailed specifications of the handset ahead of the launch.

Vivo X60t Renders, Specifications Revealed

According to the TENAA certification, the Vivo X60t Pro will flaunt a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ 1080 × 2400 pixels resolution. The device under the hood will be powered by an octa-core processor. It is believed that Vivo will make use of a Dimensity 1200 SoC to power the X60t Pro. Furthermore, the TENAA certification reveals that the X60t Pro will launch in 6GB/8GB and 12GB RAM options along with 64GB/128GB and 256GB of internal storage. On the software side of things, we can expect the device to boot Android 11 out of the box with a layer of Funtouch OS on top.

In the optics department, the Vivo X60t Pro will feature a triple-camera setup. The TENAA certification reveals that the handset will feature a 64MP and 2MP camera at the back, while on the front side the device is expected to sport a 16MP selfie camera. The smartphone is supposed to pack a 3920mAh rated battery which no doubt will offer fast charging support. The Vivo X60t will measure 160.63× 73.91×7.79mm in terms of dimensions and weigh around 167.9 grams. The smartphone might be introduced in the Black and White colour option. We can expect the brand to debut more colour options of the X60t Pro when it launches.

As of now, the launch date of the device remains a mystery. However, now that the device has cleared the TENAA certification in China, we can expect Vivo to soon launch the handset.