Late last year, vivo announced its X60 and X60 Pro phones in China powered by Samsung’s Exynos 1080 chipsets. So far both devices have remained exclusive to the Chinese market but yesterday we saw multiple certification listings and now we get more confirmation from the Google Play Console and a Geekbench listing.
Listings for the vivo X60 (V2045) and X60 Pro (V2046) reveal the global variants will come with different hardware compared to their Chinese counterparts. The most notable change is the addition of the Snapdragon 870 chipset (SM 8250ac) in place of the Exynos 1080. The rest of the spec sheet appears in line with the Chinese X60 variants with up to 12GB RAM, 1080×2376 pixel resolution displays and Android 11 presumably with OriginOS on top.
The upcoming global variant of the X60 Pro was also spotted on Geekbench managing 1,034 and 3,410 points respectively. The listing also confirmed 12GB RAM, Android 11 and specified the motherboard as “kona” which also covers the Snapdragon 870.