The Vivo V23e, an upcoming edition of the Vivo V-series, has made a few headlines in recent months. The phone has a number of product certifications. Its hands-on previews were also leaked over the weekend prior to the official release.
The Vivo V23e launch campaign will run from November 2 to November 5. The phone could make its debut in Vietnam, according to a phone leaker based in the country, who tweeted an official-looking promo poster and photos of the V23e. The V23e appears to be a minor update to the previous-generation Vivo V21 series.
The display on the Vivo V23e is still surrounded by a notch and an oversized chin. It’s said to be an OLED panel with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The edges are flat and sharp, and they house a USB-C port as well as a speaker grille.
This time, the build lacks a 3.5mm audio jack. A sleek, lightweight body is also to be expected. A fast refresh rate is an obvious feature. The shell is made of glass and has a glossy iridescent finish.
The raised camera platform contains three lenses and an LED flash. Vivo has abandoned the cyclops design in favor of a vertically stacked layout. It consists of a set of 64MP wide, 8MP ultra-wide, and 2MP macro lenses. Flip the phone over to reveal a front-facing camera with a resolution of 50MP.
Everything is powered by a 4030 mAh battery and a 5G chip. The Vivo V23e consumes more than 44W. Furthermore, the hardware is powered by the FunTouch OS 12, which is based on Android 12. The starting point The V23e is priced at VND 10,000,000 (Vivo mobile) (due to insanely high taxes in Vietnam.)