Vivo X60 Pro exposed on Geekbench running Exynos 1080 chipset

According to the latest news the first GeekBench5 running score of the Vivo X60 Pro equipped with Exynos 1080 is released. At the same time, MediaTek MT6893 (Tenji 1200) and Snapdragon 865 were compared.

According to the test infographic, the Vivo X60 Pro has a single-core score of 888 points and a multi-core score of 3244 points. Although the single-core score is slightly lower than that of Snapdragon 865, overall, Exynos 1080 is still better than MT6893 and Snapdragon 865.

However, because the Vivo X60 Pro is still an engineering machine, the running score will be lower. After the official release of Vivo, the running score of the X60 Pro will be higher than that of the Snapdragon 865.

It is reported that Samsung Exynos 1080 chip is based on 5nm EUV FinFET process technology, compared with Samsung’s previous-generation 8nm process, power consumption is reduced by 30% and performance is improved by 14%.

READ MORE: Vivo X60 series will be equipped with Samsung’s latest 5nm based Exynos 1080 chipset

At the same time, the chip adopts ARM’s latest Cortex-A78 and Mali-G78 architecture, the CPU frequency is up to 2.8GHz, and the performance of Mali-G78 GPU is 25% higher than Mali-G77.

In order to give play to better resource scheduling capabilities, a 1+3+4 CPU core combination is also used, which has both excellent high performance and low power consumption.

In addition to the powerful performance, Vivo cooperated with Zeiss to jointly develop the Zeiss optical lens for the X60 series for the first time and continued to use the micro-head technology of the Vivo X50 series. The upgraded micro-head blacklight night vision 2.0 will have problems in night scene shooting.

Earlier news broke that the Vivo X60 series, in addition to the rear cloud-level micro-head lens, both the middle and large cups use the midsole main camera/5-axis VIS anti-shake design, while the super-large cup is the outsole main camera/5-axis VIS Anti-shake.

It is worth noting that Vivo will hold a global imaging strategic cooperation conference today. In addition to introducing more information about the cooperation with Zeiss, Vivo will also be expected to announce the specific release time of the X60 series.

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