Chinese smartphone maker Vivo will introduce the last admiral of the year as the first device powered by Exynos 1080; Vivo X60 in Geekbench!
Vivo X60, which was seen as blood alive in the past days and was expected to take glass-like photos with Zeiss-signed cameras, now appears in Geekbench as the first phone with Exynos 1080. The new model, which sets high expectations in the public, excites everyone on both the camera and the chip side. The phone, which will allegedly come with a 48MP main + 13MP ultra wide angle second + 13MP portrait third camera on the back, expands its capabilities with the new OriginOS.
According to Geekbench tests, Vivo X60, which will be powered by 5G modem Exynos 1080 with 5nm EUV FinFET production process; It consists of a 2.8GHz Cortex-A78, three Cortex-A78 running at 2.6GHz, and four Cortex-A55 cores running at 2.0GHz. It should also be noted that this chip was introduced by Samsung last month.
Apart from these, the X60, which will be introduced with the model number V2047A, has all the hardware required in a flagship device with a capacity of 12GB RAM. The phone, which scored 888 points in a single core and 3,244 points in a multi-core, runs Android 11 based OriginOS. The launch is expected to take place on December 30 and the series will host the last admirals of this year. The claims made on the price side point to a price of $ 535. Let’s see if the new series will be worth the expected. Will it confirm the claims? We’ll wait and see…