“Color-changing” Vivo V23 Pro launches with dual cameras

In India and other Asian countries, Vivo’s V23 and V23 Pro are among the bestselling devices in the company’s mainstream V series.

Sunshine Gold has an exterior that changes color completely when exposed to sunlight, making it a truly unique vehicle. According to the company, it took two years to research and develop the material, which turns blue-green in the sun for about thirty seconds before slowly returning to its original gold color.
A second highlight of both phones is the notch on the display, which houses two selfie cameras, a 50-megapixel unit on the main unit and an 8-megapixel ultrawide unit on the ultrawide camera. Eye-based autofocus is also available with the selfie camera system. V23 Pro has a back camera with 108 megapixels, while the V23 has a 64 megapixel front camera, together with 8 megapixels for a wide field of view and 2 megapixels for macro photography.

With its 6.56-inch screen and curved edges, the V23 Pro has a 90Hz 1080p OLED panel. Unlike an iPhone 12 or 13, however, the V23’s screen is flat and has a 90Hz 1080p resolution. The sides of the phone are also flat, like an iPhone 12. Besides the variations in processors, the other major difference between the two phones is the MediaTek Dimensity 920, while the Dimensity 1200 appears on the V23 Pro.
There are two sizes of the V23 available in India: Rs. 29,990 for the model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and Rs. 34,990 for the model with 12GB/256GB. For 8GB/128GB, the V23 Pro costs Rs. 38,990 and for 12GB/256GB, it costs Rs. 43,990. There will also be launches in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, and the phones will be available in other APAC, Middle Eastern, and European markets shortly.

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