Vivo X60 Is 7.3mm Thick And Will Become The World’s Thinnest 5G Phone

Today, Vivo officially announced the new Vivo X60 series, featuring the second-generation micro-head and Zeiss optical lens. It will debut the Samsung Exynos 1080 chip. A Weibo blogger said that the thickness of this phone is about 7.3mm. We are dealing with the world’s thinnest 5G smartphone so far. Many users were concerned about its battery capacity, but the company announced it reached 4300mAh. As the flagship series of VIVO, this time the Vivo X60 has made a lot of innovation in imaging technology.


If the news is true, the model will be able to achieve lightness + battery life + performance at the same time. Although the price has not been disclosed, it is estimated that it will not be too low. The same Weibo blogger previously revealed that the Vivo X60 series is tentatively scheduled to be released around December 28. It will have the world’s first Exynos 1080 processor, and the domestic first 120Hz Samsung centered single-hole flexible screen. Judging from the official poster, the VIVO X60 series will come with a brand-new Zeiss optical lens and Micro PTZ 2.0 technology.

According to currently known information, Samsung’s new generation of the Exynos 1080 SoC performance is not weaker than the current Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip. Samsung officially stated that the Exynos 1080 chip not only has a new CPU architecture, the latest GPU configuration. It is also based on a 5nm EUV technology, and will provide a flagship performance. This technology increases the number of transistors by more than 80% compared to the 7nm process process. The new CPU architecture core increases single-core performance by 50% and multi-core performance by nearly 2 times.

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