Just a couple of days ago, TENNA has listed the code name of the upcoming Vivo X60 5G that will be a variant of the recently-announced Vivo X60 Pro (2017).
Now the TENNA listing has accidentally reappeared, well almost. Vivo has launched the benchmarking database where the bug-ridden listing was accidentally included.
Vivo is hosting a global launch event later this month where the Vivo X60 5G and the Vivo X60 Pro were rumored to appear.
However, there are no official news on the two units. At the same time, we also saw Vivo enter non-formal discussions with partners, Chinese website LetsGoDigital reports, and then holding its own launch event for the Vivo X60 5G last week (December 10).
Note that the new Vivo X60 5G is expected to launch alongside the new Vivo X60 Pro and A55.
These units will cost around €390 and €360, respectively. We don’t know exactly where the new device will launch, but it is likely to debut alongside the A55 which is said to be destined for the North American market.
The Vivo X60 5G is reported to have specifications like the Vivo X60 Pro and A55 as seen on the Vivo X60 Pro.
This will mean that the two smartphones will be the highest power Smartphone in the market.
The device will be powered by an eight-core HiSilicon A53L1 processor, Vivo’s new HiSilicon HX58 chipset, two of the new Telecom Standard Technology (TST) module designs, four non-removable LiDAR sensors, three cameras with an ultrawide lens and a Snapdragon 765G chipset, Vivo’s new 8.5K Color Sphere video technology, QuickDoppler system.
Virtual Positioning, doorbells, smart home devices, wireless charging, and BLE smart buttons and smart cards.