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Vivo X23 with 6.4-inch present, SD 670, in-display fingerprint camera sensor and impressive design goes official

Announced Presently, Vivo noted the Vivo V11 Pro cameraphone in India and currently it has revealed the Vivo X23 cameraphone through a release event in China. The X23 has arrived with fourth generation in-display fingerprint reader and it boasts a top quality appeal due to its 3D glass rear. Design and style and Panel Vivo x23 with 6.4-inch present, sd 670, in-display fingerprint camera sensor and impressive design goes official According to Vivo, the 3D glass back of the Vivo X23 has been constructed by engraving tens of thousands of silk ridges on a diaphragm of less than 80cm2 along with plasma polishing using a unique gas. The size of the metal body has been reduced to 2.6mm from 3.2mm after compared to the predecessor cameraphone. Vivo x23 with 6.4-inch present, sd 670, in-display fingerprint camera sensor and impressive design goes official The cameraphone comes in multiple color options these types of as colour gradient Phantom Purple, Phantom Red which has a shiny red appearance, Magic Evening that has a touch of blue hue. There are two other color gradient models this kind of as Fashion Purple and Fashion Orange that have large-sized Vivo branding across the rear panel. The smartphone measures 157.68 x 74.06 x 7.47mm and it weighs 160.5 grams. Vivo x23 with 6.4-inch present, sd 670, in-display fingerprint camera sensor and impressive design goes official The Vivo X23 attributes a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel with slim bezels and a reduced notch because of what it offers an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Designed with COF process, the present display carries support Full HD+ resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. It offers an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 19.5:9. The screen is a bit curved towards the left and instantly edges. The fourth generation in-display fingerprint digital camera is embedded under the show of the telephone. The improved biometric recognition technology can unlock the cameraphone in just 0.35 seconds. Vivo x23 with 6.4-inch present, sd 670, in-display fingerprint camera sensor and impressive design goes official Chipset, RAM and Battery The Vivo X23 is equipped with Sd 670 chipset. It is assisted by 8 GB of RAM. It has an internal storage of 128 GB. The handset runs on Android 8.1 Oreo OS that is overlaid with FunTouch Operation system 4.1 skin. The product Additionally incorporates Jovi AI assistant. The smartphone is fueled by 3,400mAh battery that carries support for 22.5W quick charging. Vivo x23 with 6.4-inch present, sd 670, in-display fingerprint camera sensor and impressive design goes official Vivo has launched twin-turbo acceleration technology through the X23 what sports two attributes such as System Turbo and Game Turbo. The work of System Turbo is to optimize the experience of the programs by 100 percent whereas the World Turbo arranges the resources of the cameraphone to ensure gentle gaming experience. Vivo has created the World Turbo in collaboration with Unreal Engine, Tencent World Lab and Netease Game Lab in China. Cameras and Other Attributes The Vivo X23 has a front-facing sensor of 12-megapixel with f/2.0 aperture. The back screen of features a vertical dual scanner option that sports a 12-megapixel Sony IMX363 key camera sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a 13-megapixel wide-angle lens with f/2.4 aperture and field of sight of 125 degrees. The X23 offers various photography attributes this kind of as AI beauty, AI scene detection, AR stickers and far more. For Hi-Fi audio experience, the Vivo X23 is equipped with AK4377A audio chip. The smartphone supports facial scanning through the front sensor. For facial identification in dark, the X23 is equipped with IR lens. The connectivity attributes out there on the X23 have dual 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, USB-C, GPS and 3.5mm audio jack. Pricing and Availability The Vivo X23 has came with a price of 3,498 Yuan (~$510) in China. The formal profits of the telephone will begin in the home market on Sept. 14. The special Vivo Logo Smartphone versions will be out there in the market by Oct. 1. As of this writing, there is with no confirmation on the other markets that will be receiving the X23 smartphone.



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