Vivo X23, the successor of the Vivo X21 that was introduced earlier this year has now appeared on the official website in China. The Chinese manufacturer has begun the reservations of the smartphone. However, the official listing of the phone does not contain any specifications.
The official page of the Vivo X23 confirms some of its key features. It is fitted with display that features a drop-like notch. The above image states that the comprehensive screen of the X23 offers a screen-to-body ratio of 91.2 percent.
The back panel of the phone that seems to be made out of glass features AI powered dual camera setup which includes a super wide-angle lens. The glass rear of the X23 features 3D design which suggest it would be available in color gradient options.
Lastly, the Vivo X23 will be coming with fourth-generation under-display fingerprint scanner for enhanced phone unlocking experience. The specifications of the Vivo X23 are not yet available on its official page. However, the company has confirmed that it will be revealing the specs of the phone tomorrow. Also, it may hit the market by the end of this month.
Rumors have it that the Vivo X23 may feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen. The handset may either feature Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 710 SoC along with 8 GB of RAM. It is also expected to carry support for 3D facial scanning through TOF 3D depth camera technology. The handset is also expected to support 22.5W fast charging through USB-C. It is speculated that the Vivo X23 may carry a price tag of 3,199 Yuan.
The Vivo X23 is not the only Vivo phone that will be debuting soon. The Chinese manufacturer has already confirmed that it will be debuting Vivo V11 Pro on Sept. 6. The V11 Pro is expected to feature 6.4-inch screen that produces Full HD+ resolution. It could be fueled by Snapdragon 660, 6 GB of RAM and 3,400mAh battery. For photography, the handset may feature 12-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual rear camera and 25-megapixel frontal shooter. It is likely to arrive with a native storage of 128 GB.