vivo X60T

The series, which debuted globally last month, includes the Vivo X60, Vivo X60 Pro, and Vivo X60 Pro+ phones and now the Vivo X60t has been added to the mix. The phone is a slightly tweaked model of the Vivo X60 and it comes with a different processor. It would need autofocus to do that anyway as the goal of a Portrait is to have a shallow depth of field, and for DSLR lens many have a fixed focus distance.

On DSLR we can just change the lens, but Smartphone doesn't have this luxury, so I guess if the Portrait camera is trying to archive good results it would need a higher focal length to allow taking the shot from further. But it is still a Portrait with a fixed focal length, probably limited autofocus range, and a fixed depth of field.

Camera section

The device includes a triple camera setup on the back consisting of a 48MP primary sensor with OIS, a 13MP sensor with a 2x telephoto lens, and a 13MP sensor with a 120˚ ultra-wide-angle lens. The main highlight of this setup is that they feature Zeiss optics and tuning. As for selfies and video calls, the phone comes with a 32MP sensor on the front punch hole.

Telephoto Zoom lens too, as the reason why there isn't continuous Zoom on smartphones, is simply because of the focal number/aperture size that would be too big for a 5x and too small for a 1x, but with a lens controlled focus, it can use a big of an aperture as you wish.

Specifications of Vivo X60t

  • The handset supports dual-SIM, 5G, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, and GNSS.
  • It also has all the essential sensors, such as an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, compass, proximity sensor, gyroscope, and color temperature sensor.
  • But unfortunately, the smartphone lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack and a MicroSD card slot.
  • Vivo X60T runs OriginOS based on Android 11 
  • It is backed by a 4,300mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging.
  • The new one comes powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC instead of a Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC.
  • A single 8GB + 128GB (UFS 3.1) storage variant and is only available in two colors (Huacai, Force).
  • A 6.56-inch FHD+ (2376 x 1080 pixels) centered punch hole AMOLED display with a 19.8:9 aspect ratio, 6000000:1 contrast ratio, 92.76% screen-to-body ratio, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, and HDR10/HDR10+ certifications.

FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What special in this series?

All that is needed is a Periscope Telephoto with a part dedicated for deep focus control, it would have less maximum magnification than a regular Periscope Telephoto of the same size, but at 5x you wouldn't need an additional 2x nor cropping. And it wouldn't be more expensive than a regular Periscope Telephoto.

2. Does D 1100 SoC provide better DIP (digital image processing)?

A couple of days back, images and entire specs of Vivo X60t leaked. The leak revealed this handset to be exactly the same as the regular Vivo X60 with a different chipset, just like the recently released Vivo S7t and Vivo S7. Now, this phone has quietly launched in China as an offline exclusive model.

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