While DXOMARK publishes its own in-depth camera review, the new Vivo flagship does make it to the top 10, but here is the catch! surprisingly it scores lower than Vivo X50 Pro+, its predecessor.
However, the photo score is 131 points and the review praises its performance in a wide range of lighting conditions. For example, it commends its exposure, wide dynamic range, accurate white balance, and high detail.
Meanwhile, the noise is sometimes visible, and that autofocus malfunctions preventing it from scoring higher numbers.
For Zoom, the device scores 84 points due to its dual telephoto cameras but could have been better if it didn’t lack detail at long range and suffer from exposure instabilities. So this makes the phone scoring lower than the Vivo X50 Pro+.
Talking about the video, the X60 Pro+ obtained 110 points and deserves appreciation for its color rendering and accurate white balance which makes it a good pick for recording accurate indoor or outdoor videos. But, make sure that there is enough light to avoid noise while shooting.
Lastly, if there is something that remains to be explained, you can check the in-depth review of Vivo X60 Pro+ on DXOMARK’s site. It has a bunch of photo and video samples as well as comparisons with some other devices.