Vivo has introduced the V23 and V23 Professional, the most recent telephones within the firm’s mainstream V sequence that sells a ton in India and different Asian nations.
Essentially the most uncommon characteristic is the Sunshine Gold mannequin’s ‘color-changing’ exterior that apparently shifts colours fully when uncovered to daylight. Vivo says the fabric took two years to analysis and develop; when you go away it within the solar for about thirty seconds, the telephone will flip to blue-green earlier than progressively returning again to the unique gold.
Plot twist: these telephones are each gold.
The opposite standout characteristic is the show’s notch that homes two selfie cameras, a 50-megapixel primary unit and an 8-megapixel ultrawide on each telephones. The selfie digicam system additionally helps eye-based autofocus. The V23 Professional has a 108-megapixel primary digicam on the again whereas the V23’s is 64 megapixels; each are joined by 8-megapixel ultrawide and 2-megapixel macro sensors.
The V23 Professional’s display screen is a 6.56-inch 90Hz 1080p OLED panel with curved edges. The V23, nevertheless, has a flat 6.44-inch 90Hz 1080p panel, and the edges of the telephone itself are additionally flat, just like an iPhone 12 or 13. The opposite primary distinction between the 2 telephones is the processor — the V23 has a MediaTek Dimensity 920, whereas the V23 Professional has a Dimensity 1200.
In India, the V23 will promote for Rs. 29,990 (~$400) for a mannequin with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, or Rs. 34,990 (~$470) for 12GB/256GB. The V23 Professional prices Rs. 38,990 (~$520) for 8GB/128GB and Rs. 43,990 (~$590) for 12GB/256GB. The telephones are additionally launching in nations together with Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, and can come to different markets in APAC, the Center East, and Europe “over the following few months.”