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Leak: Vivo X60s Could Have 33W Fast Charging, Snapdragon 765G

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Vivo X60s listing was online sometime before on a Bluetooth SIG website.

By Susshmita Choubey - 
29th Jul 2020
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Highlights of the Story

  • Vivo X60s reportedly spotted on Geekbench.
  • Rumored to come with 8GB RAM and Android 10.
  • The smartphone reportedly comes with Snapdragon 765G SoC.

After a reported sighting on a certification website as well as on a benchmarking website, Vivo X60s rumors are highlighted once again.

A listing on a Bluetooth SIG website linked with the model number V2006/ vivo 2006 in June showed a moniker of X60s. The same model numbers are on the certifications website recently.

This smartphone is launching as the upcoming Vivo X60 series, according to rumors. It is following up the already released Vivo X50 series.

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Specifications (Rumored) Vivo X60s

Reported spotting on the Danish UL (Demko) certification website with model number V2006, shows that the phone supports 33W fast charging. There is no more information available in this certification.

The same model number on a Geekbench sighting shows the presence of Android 10 and an 8GB of RAM. It also shows an octa-core Qualcomm processor. The single-core score is 637 while the multi-core score is 1985.

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The processor is unnamed and is expecting a Snapdragon 765G on the smartphone. Geekbench’s listing was confirmed by Gadgets360.

This smartphone, Vivo X60s was first mentioned on Twitter via a tipster back in June. The tip said about a Bluetooth v5.1 and no other key specifications. But now the same listing shows “vivo Mobile Phone” instead of Vivo X60s as it did before.

In short, the Vivo X60s is expected to be powered by the octa-core Snapdragon 765G SoC, have 8GB of RAM, Bluetooth v5.1, support 33W fast charging, and run on Android 10.

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However, it will do us good to remember that there was no mention of X60s by the company till date.

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