Vivo earlier today presented a new mid-range phone, Vivo Y52s (T1 Version) equipped with a 5G connection. However, anyone who believes that the Chinese want to stop there is mistaken. The company is preparing to expand the X60 line with the T models. This week, the Vivo X60T Pro variant was approved by the China Compulsory Certification body (3C).
With the V2120A model number, the device supports 33W fast charging. However, unfortunately, 3C does not usually reveal the other specifications of the phones it certifies.
Despite little information about the new Vivo X60T Pro, rumors indicate that the smartphone should reach the market with MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor. The chipset should work with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage in the most basic variant.
In addition, we can also expect the use of the virtual RAM feature, AMOLED screen, 120 Hz refresh rate, and main camera up to 108 MP. Another important detail is the size of the battery, which can be 4,500 mAh.
For now, Vivo does not comment on any details of the new X60T Pro. Anyway, considering that the company has accelerated its launch schedule, everything indicates that the new phone may be announced within the next few weeks.