Vivo V23 series was introduced with two selfie cameras and the ability to change the color of the back panel
To report theverge, Vivo has introduced the latest V series phones, including Vivo V23 and V23 Pro, which are going to go to the markets of India and other Asian countries. One of the interesting and unusual features of the Sunshine Gold model is the “color change” mode, which apparently changes the colors of the back panel completely when exposed to sunlight. According to Vivo, it took two years to achieve this element. Has done research and development. If you expose the phone to the sun for about thirty seconds, it will turn blue-green before gradually returning to its original golden color. Another interesting feature is the display notch that hosts two selfie cameras including a 50-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera with eye-based autofocus support on both models.
On the back panel of the V23 Pro, the camera The main one is 108 megapixels and in the back panel of the normal V23, the main 64 megapixel camera is installed. Additionally, both models come with 8-megapixel ultra-wide and 2-megapixel macro sensors.
V23 Pro comes with an OLED 6.56 screen with curved edges and 1080p resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. is equipped On the other hand, the V23 uses a 6.44-inch flat screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and 1080p resolution, and the phone itself has smooth edges, similar to the iPhone 12 or 13. Another major difference between the regular and Pro models is related to the processor; Where the V23 is powered by the Dimension 920 MediaTek chip and the V23 Pro is powered by the Dimension 1200 MediaTek chip.
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In India, the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model of the V23 is priced at 29,990 rupees (about $400) and the 12GB RAM and 256GB storage model is priced at 34,990. (about $470).
Also, Lenovo priced the V23 Pro model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage at 38,990 rupees (about $520) and the price of the model with 12GB. 43,990 (around $590) for the RAM and 256GB of storage. Needless to say, Vivo’s new phones will be released first in countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, and in the next few months, they will reach other markets in APAC, the Middle East, and Europe.