Vivo launches ‘color-changing’ V23 Pro, but why?

Between the return of the notch, flat slices as on iPhone, color-changing V23 Pro is designer UFOs.

On the sidelines of CES 2022, Vivo presented two new smartphones: the V23 and V23 Pro, which have some original features.

Focused on design and selfies

The first singular characteristic of the new terminals of Vivo is their color. Sunshine Gold. Golden in appearance, they gradually turn a blue-green shade when exposed to sunlight. They then return to the original color when they no longer receive the rays of the star.

The manufacturer explains that this technology required two years of research and development to be developed, and consists of a layer of fluorite glass on the back panel of the device. This feature allows users to stand out from the crowd with a mobile phone with an innovative design.

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The other point of differentiation of the V23 and V23 Pro is the dual front photosensor, Vivo aimed at lovers of selfies with this product. This configuration forces a return to the notch, which houses a 50 MP main module and an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle for group photos. The autofocus feature relies on the eyes and should help take better photos as well.

Rather flat or curved screen?

The Vivo V23 Pro is distinguished by the integration of a 108 MP camera on the back, against 64 MP on the Vivo V23. The other two sensors are identical: an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle and a 2 MP macro lens for close-ups.

The Vivo V23 Pro relies on a 6.56-inch curved OLED screen with FHD + 1080p and 90Hz display. The Vivo V23’s panel is a bit smaller (6.44 inches) and flat. The edges of the latter are also very flat and in passing recall the design of the iPhone.

Another difference to be noted between the two models, the V23 Pro is powered by a Dimensity 1200 chip from MediaTek, more efficient than the Dimensity 920 to which the V23 is entitled.

Availability in Europe is planned ” in the coming months ”, And for the moment we will have to be satisfied with prices in India. The Vivo V23 is marketed at the equivalent of 356 euros with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, and at 415 euros for the 12/256 GB version. The Vivo V23 Pro, for its part, is displayed at 463 euros in 8 / 128 GB and at 522 euros in 12/256 GB.

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Source: The verge

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