Vivo X60t Pro passes through TENAA certification process


Vivo X60t Pro

Earlier this year, Vivo unveiled its Vivo X60 series of flagship and premium mid-range smartphones. Well, it was still 2020 for Chinese customers which got a variant with some differences like the Exynos 1080 SoC. The global variants arrived in 2021 with a Snapdragon 870 SoC. Later in June, the Chinese smartphone announced a T-series of the Vivo X60 dubbed Vivo X60t and Vivo X60t Pro Plus. At that time, the company did not unveil a Pro model, but it’s never late to bring it to the market. Even though we’re already in the X70 series, the company is bringing a Vivo X60t Pro very soon in China. The new variant was spotted at the TENAA certification in China hinting at an imminent launch.

Vivo X60t Pro specifications

As per TENAA certification, the Vivo X60t Pro packs a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution with 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. The device under the hood carries an Octa-Core processor. As per leaks, it will probably be another smartphone with a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. Moreover, the TENAA certification reveals that the handset will launch in variants with 6 GB / 8 GB / 12 GB of RAM. There are options along with 64 GB / 128 GB / 256 GB of Internal Storage. On the software side of things, users can expect the handset to boot Android 11 straight out of the box. In China, we can expect OriginOS to be running on top.

 

In the optics department, the handset will have a Triple-Camera setup. The TENAA certification reveals the handset will have a 64 MP camera and 2 MP camera at the back. For selfies and video calls, there will be a 16 MP camera. The handset will draw its powers from a 3,920 mAh battery which no doubt will offer fast charging support. The handset is 160.63× 73.91×7.79mm in terms of dimensions and weighs around 167.9 grams. The smartphone will come in simple Black and White colorways.

For now, the launch date of the handset remains a mystery. However, we can expect it to go official soon in the Chinese market. After all, the TENAA certification is one of the last steps that a device goes through before its arrival in the market. Unfortunately, we don’t have any indication that this device will make its way into the international markets. We don’t think so, as Vivo is currently focusing on the Vivo X70 series.

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