Vivo will introduce the Vivo X60 series, which will be the last smartphone series of 2020, with its launch in China on December 28. The smartphone family, known for their innovative camera features, will be launched with Exynos’ latest chipset. Geekbench results of the device, which will be sold with the Exynos 1080 chipset developed by Samsung, have emerged.
How will Vivo X60 perform with Exynos 1080?
The Exynos 1080 was introduced as a chipset produced by Samsung’s first 5 nm manufacturing process. This chipset comes with an integrated 5G modem. The Exynos 1080 has one Cortex-A78 operating at 2.8 GHz and three Cortex-A78 cores working at 2.6 GHz. Apart from these four cores, there are also four Cortex-A55 cores used for daily work. The first phone to use Samsung’s new chipset will be the Vivo X60. The device was viewed in Geekbench with Exynos 1080 and 12 GB of RAM.
Since the X60 was previously displayed with the model number V2047A, it was determined that the device displayed on the Geekbench was this device. The phone scored “888” in a single core and “3244” in a multi-core. The device with 12 GB of RAM will come with an Android 11 based OriginOS interface. Vivo’s “X” series offers a very good camera experience as well as performance. Vivo X50 Pro Plus still ranks high in the DxOMark rankings. The X60 series, which will be introduced on December 28, is expected to give a similar performance.