The Vivo X60 Pro is quite similar to its predecessor, the Vivo X50 Pro. Even though the design is not much different, it isn’t a problem as it still looks appealing and elegant. The new model comes with a 6.56-inch AMOLED display that curves on the sides.
It makes the side bezels seem small, offering the panel an edge-to-edge feel. Moreover, the top and bottom bezels are slim as well, and Vivo chose to keep the selfie camera hole small providing less distraction. The display of the X60 Vivo is further protected with Schott Xensation Up glass. Most importantly, the curved display and back offer a sleek side profile to this smartphone, making it comfortable to hold.
The midframe is slightly thin on the sides to serve the curved display and glass back panel. The power and volume buttons are well-placed and made from metal. There are no ports or slots on the left side of the Vivo X60 Pro, and the top only has the secondary microphone. At the bottom, it has a USB Type-C port, primary microphone, loudspeaker, and SIM tray.