Vivo has been pushing it beyond the lines since earlier this year when it comes to design. The brand first introduced the Vivo X21 with the in-display fingerprint sensor, and then later on moved to wow us with the Vivo Nex eliminating the notch in favor of a pop-up camera. Now, the brand is back with the Vivo X23 – a mid-range device with a 91.2% screen-to-body ratio, and a teardrop notch which houses the front-facing camera.
The Vivo X23 has a familiar external design – a streamlined bezel all around, iPhone-esque dual rear cameras with A.I, a 3D glass Aurora design which allows vivid colors from every direction reflected from its the outer coating. And while Vivo promise to reveal the full specs tomorrow 21 August, the listing, however, highlight the presence of an improved under-display fingerprint scanner for enhanced phone unlocking experience, and that is expected to be assisted by a 3D face recognition feature.
From previous reports, we have got to know that the Vivo X23 will ship with a large a 6.4-inch AMOLED display probably with the Gorilla Glass 6 protection, a Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 710 SoC along with 8 GB of RAM under the hood. Vivo is currently accepting reservations with no price tag, however, reports have it that the device might cost as much as 3,199 Yuan/$465.