Vivo has been sending out a couple of teasers for the upcoming X23 smartphone which should drop any moment from now. The latest teaser which is quite revealing is that the smartphone will be equipped with an 8GB RAM variant. The 8GB RAM variant will have a huge 128GB of internal storage.
The 8GB RAM variant is gradually becoming a trend, especially among flagship models, but we have also seen it on some mid-range phones. The 8GB DDR4LX flash memory is just enough to meet the needs of users including heavy gamers. The Vivo X23 is expected to succeed the X21 which was launched earlier this year and so, is positioned as a premium mid-ranger. The device is expected to be different from its predecessor in many aspects, including the screen which has been spotted with a valley-style notch and with a screen ratio of up to 91.2%. The device is also expected to come with the on-screen fingerprint technology. A recent teaser by Vivo revealed the presence of a Red/violet gradient colour scheme on one of the models. This is in addition to the Blu/Violet (Blue/Black) hue which had earlier been revealed via teaser poster.
In other aspects, the Vivo X23 is expected to pack a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen. The handset may either feature Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 710 SoC along with the 8 GB of RAM which is now confirmed. We expect other memory versions to be launched as well. In addition, the X23 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. No word yet on its launch date but reservation for the device has reportedly commenced on Vivo’s China website meaning its launch is imminent.