Vivo has launched its new Vivo X60 series today with some great specifications. The Vivo X series has always been the best smartphone for cameras in its price segment. Vivo X60 Pro comes with the 48MP triple rear camera setup with many exciting features and with many improvements from their previous generation devices. In this article, we will be looking at the Vivo X60 Pro camera samples. We are also going to analyze that if the Vivo X60 Pro is the new smartphone camera king or not. So without any further ado let’s get started.
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Vivo X60 Pro Camera Specifications
Vivo X60 Pro has a triple rear camera setup with a 48MP primary camera sensor with their exclusive feature Gimble Stabilization 2.0, followed by 13MP ultra-wide sensor and a 13MP telephoto sensor for more detailed long-range shots. Vivo X60 Pro offers many great features considering the price of the device. We have got some camera samples to check the camera quality of the device. Do make sure to tell us how you like the Vivo X60 Pro camera samples in the comment below.
Vivo X60 Pro Camera Samples
Vivo X60 Pro camera captures high-resolution images and its Gimble Stabilization 2.0 allows you to take more detailed high-quality images. The device offers the best camera system in its price range. Here are some Vivo X60 Pro Camera samples:
Rear Camera Samples
Here are some of the rear camera samples, as we can see the colour balance has been maintained perfectly. The images have great details and the light is perfectly maintained in the images.
Front Camera Samples
Here we can see that the skin tones are maintained well, we can say that the camera is perfectly optimized for the Indian skin tone. The colours are well maintained in the image, as we can see the light exposure has been maintained.
Vivo X60 Pro High-Resolution Camera Samples
The camera experience on Vivo X60 Pro is amazing, if you are looking for a device with a great camera capability then you can definitely consider the Vivo X60 Pro. If you wanna see the high-resolution images from the device for more clarity, then click the link below:
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