Vivo’s mid-range V23 lineup was introduced in November with the launch of the V23e 5G, however the extra attention-grabbing V23 and V23 Professional fashions noticed their launch this week. After welcoming the Professional we now see that the Vivo V23 5G has joined our evaluation queue.
Just like the Professional, the vanilla mannequin can change colour due to the rear panel of Fluorite AG glass on the Sunshine Gold variant. Stardust Black would not try this. Apart from the altering colours, the soft-touch matte end is slightly grippy and nice to the contact. Vivo’s V sequence has at all times been design-centric, however this technology remains to be arguably essentially the most spectacular.
The V23 comes with a 6.44-inch AMOLED show with 90Hz refresh price and HDR10+ help. The panel is protected by a Schott Xensation Up glass which boasts added sturdiness over present options.
The notch homes two selfie cameras – a 50MP large unit with f/2.0 aperture and autofocus, and an 8MP ultrawide f/2.3 snapper. The selfie expertise is meant to be one of many heart’s options, so we’ll remember to take a look at them extensively in our evaluation.
The chipset driving the present is MediaTek’s Dimensity 920 and is paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM whereas the storage choices are 128GB or 256GB respectively.
And whereas the usual V23 retains the identical selfie setup, it settles for a much less spectacular 64MP primary digicam on the again with an f/1.9 aperture. It’s joined by an 8MP ultrawide snapper and a 2MP macro digicam.
A barely smaller 4,200 mAh battery (in comparison with 4,300 mAh on the Professional) drives the present however gives 44W of quick charging with Vivo claiming 68% cost in half-hour.
In fact the numbers do not inform the entire story, so keep tuned for our full evaluation to see how the handset fares towards the competitors and whether or not the selfie expertise and engaging design are sufficient to win over some customers.