Billboard of Vivo X60 exposed: could have been released a year ago

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According to a picture of Vivo’s Offline store, which got released today, a billboard is exposed with an inscription on it that reads ‘Vivo X60’. The billboard also contains inscriptions that read as “Professional Imaging Flagship” which is enough to indicate that the primary function of the coming gadget will be to support the 5G network.

Although in the present time, there is almost no information available about the phone; however, as notified by various digital bloggers, the gadget is due on this coming November or December. Moreover, the bloggers further estimate that the phone will come with a curved screen which is small and perforated.

According to previously circulated news, it was stated that the X-series phones of the Vivo company, which will presumably get launched at sometimes at the end of this year, will have various domestic first-release technologies including screens, chips, and lenses. Apart from this news that came out before, recently digital bloggers are speculating that the new Vivo might also come with Qualcomm’s new flagship SoC Snapdragon 875. However, it is important to note that confirmation has not yet been declared by the bloggers.

Although bloggers speculate that Vivo’s model with Qualcomm’s new-generation flagship is extremely essential to keep in mind that Qualcomm’s new-generation flagship chips probably could not have been available in bulk in the previous year, owing to the fact that the Vivo X series is already a product line which is known for sales. From this assumption, therefore, it can be further assumed that the X60 will definitely be equipped with Snapdragon 876.

On the other hand, however low the chances might appear, there is also a probability that the Vivo company will come up with other Snapdragon 875 models in the coming year. In addition to this, Vivo might also launch a brand new 5mm chip, as reported by digital chat station.

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