From the leaks and rumors, we already know that Vivo has been working on a new offering, Vivo X23. The company also added the smartphone’s web page on the official website last week. Official renders, leaked photos and specifications of the smartphone have also surfaced in the past few days.
After much hyped about the leaked photos, specifications and renders of the phone, the company has confirmed that it will be holding a launch event on Sept. 6 in Beijing, China to take the wraps off the Vivo X23.
The device will come as the successor to the Vivo X21 and will come with a waterdrop-styled reduced notch, a trend that Oppo introduced with its R17 and F9. However, Vivo is calling its design as the Halo Fullview display.
The phone will feature a 6.4-inch display and according to the official page, it will deliver an astonishing 91.2% screen to body ratio. The phone will also deviate from the traditional fingerprint scanner and replace it with an in-display sensor.
Recently, a Vivo phone with model number V1809A, believed to be the Vivo X23, was spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 710 chipset, however, no official confirmation has yet been received about the chipset being used in the phone.
Other than that, the company also confirmed the RAM and internal storage of the phone in a teaser. The phone will feature a huge 128GB storage along with 8GB RAM and the display will have a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels which translates into an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
Other specs of the phone are not yet confirmed but the phone is already available for pre-booking from the company’s official online store in China. The price of the phone is also yet to be revealed.