Vivo announced the X60 and X60 Pro last December and continued with the X60 Pro + in January. Now the company has added a new member to the lineup called the Vivo X60D.
The Vivo X60D looks similar to the Vanilla X60, but unlike the Chinese X60, which is led by the Exynos 1080 chip and is similar to the global X60 powered by the Snapdragon 870.
vivo X60t • vivo X60 (China) • vivo X60 (global)
Another difference is in the camera industry. The X60t features a three-camera system designed in conjunction with the ZEISS. Featuring a 48MP primary, 13MP Ultrawide and 13MP portrait units, the main camera now uses Kimball stabilization not found on the regular X60.
When the Vivo X60 comes in multiple memory configurations, the X60D has only one option – 8GB / 128GB.
The X60 and X60D are identical to the 6.56 “120 Hz FullH + AMOLED screen, with a fingerprint reader at the bottom, a 32MP selfie camera, a 4,300mAh battery with 33W charging, NFC, 5G connectivity and replace the Android 11 Funtouch OS.
The Vivo X60D is available in two colors and is available for purchase in China through offline stores for CNY 3,498 ($ 530 / € 450). Not available outside of China.
Source (In Chinese)