Vivo X60 Pro+ review | Stuff
The Vivo X60 Pro+ was supposed to be the most fleshed-out variant among the three smartphones but other than a periscope lens and better quality photos in low light, the Pro+ isn’t all that of an exclusive club. It’s way closer to the X60 Pro sibling than it is to the other flagships in the price range. It’s missing wireless charging and IP rating water resistance. The absence of bloatware is brought down to a minimum but the OS is still a hotspot for unwanted ads and image carousel. For what it’s worth, our choice still stays with the OnePlus 9 Pro simply because the OxygenOS is among the top Android OS experiences.
The Vivo X60 Pro+ is littered with camera tech that can rival Samsung S21 and Apple iPhone 12 but it’s still a wee bit shy from achieving the top flagship status. Maybe if Vivo refined the OS experience, the X60 Pro+ could’ve been a real threat to the big boys.