The smartphone company Vivo has just released its latest flagship smartphone, the Vivo X60 Pro. The Vivo X60 Pro+ comes powered by the MSM chipsets from the company. On the back is a sleek 6.56 inch FullHD+ capacitive touchscreen with a dual tone notification light. On the front we find a clean, sharp, and pretty high-resolution, full LCD screen. On the sides are power and volume buttons, a camera door key, as well as an earpiece jack.
The Vivo X60 Pro+ comes with a neat little features – it can connect up to two different persons via a Bluetooth 4.0 device. It also comes with a built-in Cardboard adapter that can support a single or double display. One of the best things about this smartphone is its ability to use OMAEmitter to capture OMAE transfer, allowing it to recognize the file before sending it to your OMAE camera, or memory card for storage. This also ensures that you always get the most out of your shots, because they can be easily backed up. Vivo will not sell you one of their devices without the OMAEmitter software, and you will have to download it for this feature to work. vivo x60
The phone has a nice features like an auto-focus, and a self-cleaning dual camera setup, as well as a low light performance mode. However, the biggest thing that might turn people off about the Vivo X60 might be its rather large size. At over 700 md, the Vivo X60 looks bigger than your average smartphone. It’s big, but it’s not a huge problem for anyone who would prefer a smaller smartphone, especially if they’re going to carry it around with them all the time.
If you were looking for a camera that has a high optical zoom, the Vivo X60 definitely does not disappoint. The camera opens up quickly and has a clear view of the surroundings, even in low light conditions. The fact that it comes with a 16 megapixel front facing camera makes it all the more impressive. In the camera review, we discussed some of the low light abilities of the Vivo X60, and in this section we’ll take a look at the same camera in low light settings.
While the front facing camera has great picture quality, the rear camera on the Vivo X60 is where you will see the biggest difference when comparing it to other smartphone cameras. The reason why you will get such good pictures in low light conditions is because the OMAEmitter software enables one to trigger off continuous shooting, which is able to capture a moving scene even in total darkness. In one plus point, the software also enables you to preview the shot in its entirety on the LCD screen, which means that you are able to choose whether or not you want to make changes before the shot is taken. Apart from this, the battery life of the Vivo X60 is also one plus point, which clocked in at around six hours.
The Vivo X60 pro plus also has two modes – Auto and Strobe. The Auto mode allows you to capture motion without any interaction from you by simply pushing a button on the gadget. The Strobe mode works similar to the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc Mini’s Auto mode, but allows you to capture a continuous motion scene with the push of a single button. The battery life of the Vivo X60 is very good, especially when compared to some of the latest smartphones in the market. It has an impressively long battery life, which lasted up to ten hours during our test.