Vivo X23 Symphony Edition with SD 660 SoC debuts


Vivo has been on a launching spree all year long, and it shows no sign of slowing down, even as the year winds down. Earlier this week, we were silently treated with  the Vivo Z1 lite, and now, the company that spearheaded the under-display fingerprint scanner is back with a new variant for one of its most interesting smartphone so far released this year.

Welcome the Vivo X23 Symphony Edition- a somewhat specced down variant of the Vivo X23 with a fresh SoC, AI-boosted selfie camera, and of course a reduced price tag. First off, Vivo has dropped the Snapdragon 670 AIE SoC for a 12 nm Snapdragon 660 with just 6GB of RAM, but still with 128GB of storage with no room for expansion.

While the rear camera remains at 12 MP primary sensor with f/1.8 lens and a secondary 13 MP snapper with f/2.4 aperture, the selfie camera has been swapped for a 24.8 MP sensor with f/2.0 lens.

You should be able to get the vivo X23 Symphony Edition in two gradient colors – Starry Black and Arctic Pink beginning from November 25 at CNY2,798 ($400/€355). Pre-order are on at the moment.

Aside from the aforementioned variations, the phone brings no other changes -sporting a 6.41-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with 1.76 mm slim bezels on the sides, 91.27 % screen-to-body ratio and 19.5:9 aspect ratio, which it calls Halo FullView display. Click here for the full specs.

 

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