Vivo X60 will be the first phone to come with Samsung Exynos 1080 processor

Vivo shared a new promotional poster about its upcoming smartphone X60. The shared poster clearly shows that this smartphone will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 1080 processor. Some information about the smartphone to be introduced on December 29 has also come to light.

South Korean technology giant Samsung announced its new processor Exynos 1080, which will power its 2021 flagship phones about a month ago . While the processor attracts attention especially in terms of performance and energy efficiency, Vivo has now  confirmed that Samsung's new generation processor will be used in the X60 and X60 Pro, the new phones that have been written and drawn about for a while.

Vivo's confirmation on the subject took place with a shared poster. The company, which released a promotional image for the X60, focused on the Samsung Exynos 1080 in this promotional image. Verification by Vivo reveals that the first smartphones that will work with Exynos 1080 will be the  X60 and its sister models.

Promotional poster showing Vivo X60 coming with Exynos 1080

According to the statements made by Samsung, the Exynos 1080 has  passed the 5nm EUV FinFET production process and the new processor will offer 14 percent more performance than the previous generation processor that went through the 8nm LPP production process. In addition, saying that its energy consumption has decreased by 30 percent despite this high performance, it seems that it will succeed in satisfying consumers in 2021.

In previous leaks, we saw that the Vivo X60 will have a triple camera setup. In this camera setup, we know that a main camera offering 48 MP resolution, a 13 MP wide-angle camera and a 13 MP portrait camera will welcome us. In addition, this camera setup will have built-in gimbal technology. Thus, users will feel the vibrations at the lowest rate in their video recordings. All these details will be clarified with the event to be held on December 29th.
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