Vivo X60 series is coming soon, new leak reveals charging details

    Vivo X60 series is set to come with 33W charging support. The top-end models, however, may come with faster charging.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Dec 06 2020, 08:58 IST
    vivo X60 series gets 3C certified with 33W charging
    vivo X60 series gets 3C certified with 33W charging (Vivo)
    vivo X60 series gets 3C certified with 33W charging
    vivo X60 series gets 3C certified with 33W charging (Vivo)

    Vivo will soon launch an X60 smartphone series. Even as there is no official release date as yet, Vivo's new lineup is said to feature X60, X60 Pro, X60 Pro+ and X60s. Ahead of the launch, Vivo X60 series has received 3C certification. The listing confirms 33W charging support for the new phones.

    According to GSMArena, the 3C certification features as many as three models – V2059A, V2047A, and V2046A. The report points out that none of the models is the X60 Pro+, which is said to come with a much faster-charging speed. It is worth noting that X50 Pro Plus had debuted with 44W charging. The successor is set to offer an upgraded experience.

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    Older leaks suggest the Pro models of X60 series will come with a punch-hole display and rectangular camera module on the back with at least three sensors. As far as X60s goes, the phone is said to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor and 33W charging.

    The handset series will come after Vivo launched V20 Pro 5G in India. Available for 29,990, Vivo V20 Pro 5G is said to be the slimmest 5G phone so far. The phone has a dual-camera setup featuring a 44-megapixel primary sensor and 8-megapixel super-wide-angle sensor. On the back, it has a combination of 64-megapixel, 8-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors.

    For performance, it runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor. It also has a 4,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support.

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    First Published Date: 06 Dec, 08:58 IST
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