Earlier Vivo has announced that the new Vivo X60 series will feature the second-generation Zeiss optical lens. It will come with the world’s first Samsung 5nm process Exynos 1080 chip. It is expected to be released at the end of the month.
Now, the Vivo X60 equipped with Exynos 1080 chip has appeared on Geekbench. As a flagship processor product, Samsung Exynos 1080 uses the industry’s most advanced 5nm EUV FinFET process. It also uses ARM’s new flagship architecture IP Cortex-A78 and Mali-G78. Vivo and Samsung first chose to use the industry’s most advanced 5nm EUV process technology and ARM’s latest Cortex-A78 and Mali-G78 architecture combination. Compared with the previous 7nm process, the 5nm process of Exynos 1080 increases the number of transistors by more than 80%. So, it can achieve stronger performance and lower power consumption. The Exynos 1080 also integrates 5G NSA/SA dual-mode modems, supports 5G NR Sub-6.
The model of smartphone is V2047A. The single-core and multi-core running points are 888 and 3244, respectively. The multi-core running points are quite good, close to the data of the Snapdragon 888. The running score also revealed that the X60 has 12GB of memory and also runs on the Android 11 system.
Previously, the Weibo blogger released many photos of the real Vivo X60 series entry-level model. He also revealed that the model will include three colors of color gradient, black, and warm yellow. The body will be made of a special AG glass material, which feels good in the hand. It also has the rear Zeiss micro-head three-camera. In addition to the Samsung Exynos 1080 chip, the Vivo X60 will also use a 4300mAh battery. Its is scheduled to be released around December 28.