They can change color in the sun

In addition to their good technological equipment, the new Vivo models are also distinguished for their ability to change color. This item applies to the Sunshine Gold version of the Vivo V23 when it stays in the sun for 5 to 6 minutes.

Vivo calls this ability Fluorite AG Glass, which gives something different to the design of the new models. The Vivo V23 Pro is the most interesting design model, as it has slightly curved surfaces at the front and back. It is, however, also the most interesting technologically, since it is equipped with a processor MediaTek Dimensity 1200 with 8 or 12 GB RAM and 6.56 inch diagonal screen, AMOLED technology, with a frequency of 90 Hz and Full HD resolution.

Its battery capacity is 4300 mAh and charges at 44W. At the back there is a main camera on 108 Megapixel, along with an ultra wide at 8 Megapixel and a macro at 2 Megapixel. The front camera confirms the rumors that they wanted it at 50 Megapixels, while there is also a wide angle at 8 Megapixels.

Vivo, Vivo V23 and V23 Pro: They can change color in the sun

In the case of the Vivo V23 we have a screen 6.44 inches, with MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor, 4200 mAh battery, with 8 or 12 GB RAM and 128 and 256 GB internal memory. There are no differences in the subject of cameras compared to the Vivo V23 Pro, except for the main camera that has a sensor 50 Megapixel and not 108.

The Vivo V23 starts at the price of 355 euros and reaches 415 euros in its most expensive version, while the prices for the V23 Pro are 460 and 520 euros, respectively.

Nikos Kaimakamis is a journalist and writer. He collaborates with various online media, mainly in technological reporting, while he also works as a data manager in the ESTIA refugee housing program. You can read his authorial creations at www.nikosk.gr.

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