Vivo V23 5G is Now Available for Pre-orders in Pakistan; Color-Changing Design & Versatile Portraits

Faisal Rasool

After a drawn-out teaser campaign, Vivo finally announced the long-anticipated V23 5G in Pakistan. The 5G sibling of the Vivo V23e is open for pre-order right now. And we have the pricing details and features to report.

You can register your Vivo V23 5G on Vivo Pakistan’s official website. Vivo didn’t detail the timeline of the pre-orders, but we expect it will be a short window. The phone starts from Rs. 89,999 — a big jump in price from the last generation. Here’s what Vivo is offering.

Portrait photography, always a big highlight of the V-series, is the key feature of the V23. It has a wide wedge-shaped notch to house two cameras. The 50MP AF shooter takes wide-angle shots, and the 105° super wide-angle lens is meant for group selfies. Two dual-tone spotlight LEDs round off this setup. You can manually adjust the warmth and coolness of these flashlights to capture your preferred mood. Plus, features like the Night mode, VLOG video, and portrait filters make for a versatile camera experience.

The rear camera system is made of 8MP super-wide, 64MP wide, and 2MP macro shooters. The next-gen sensor behind the primary camera supports enhanced night mode at a flagship Vivo mobile price. And digital bokeh effects can be tweaked and adjusted in post.

The V23 5G also rocks the most premium and sleek Vivo design in recent memory. The glass casing has a subtle glittery finish that changes color when exposed to sunlight. The gold edition shifts hues to bright sea green. You can also pick the Stardust Black option, but it lacks the color-changing feature. Both have trendy flat edges and a slim, lightweight footprint. 

Turn the phone over to find a 6.44” 1080P AMOLED screen. It has a fingerprint scanner hidden underneath. HDR10+ content is supported. Everything runs on the MediaTek Dimensity 920 chip and a 4200 mAh battery. Vivo ships it with a 44W charging brick. And in a single 12GB+256GB variant.


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