The V23 and V23 Pro are the latest phones in Vivo’s popular V series, which is very popular in India and other Asian nations.
The Sunshine Gold model’s ‘color-changing’ exterior, which appears to change colours fully when exposed to sunshine, is the most remarkable feature. The material took two years to research and develop, according to Vivo, and if you leave it in the sun for thirty seconds, it will become blue-green before gradually returning to its original gold colour.
The display’s notch, which houses two selfie cameras, a 50-megapixel main unit and an 8-megapixel ultrawide on both phones, is another noteworthy feature. Eye-based autofocus is also supported by the selfie camera system. On the back, the V23 Pro has a 108-megapixel main camera, while the V23 has a 64-megapixel main camera; both have 8-megapixel ultrawide and 2-megapixel macro sensors.
The screen on the V23 Pro is a 6.56-inch 1080p OLED panel with curved edges that runs at 90Hz. The V23, on the other hand, sports a flat 6.44-inch 90Hz 1080p panel, as well as flat sides, akin to an iPhone 12 or 13. The processor is the second major difference between the two phones: the V23 has a MediaTek Dimensity 920, while the V23 Pro has a MediaTek Dimensity 1200.
The V23 will cost Rs. 29,990 ($400) in India for an 8GB RAM and 128GB storage option, or Rs. 34,990 ($470) for a 12GB/256GB model. The V23 Pro is priced at Rs. 38,990 ($520) for the 8GB/128GB model and Rs. 43,990 ($590) for the 12GB/256GB model. The phones will also be available in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, as well as other APAC, Middle East, and European markets “over the next few months.”