Presented smartphone Vivo V23e with 50-megapixel front camera

After a series of leaks, the Chinese company Vivo has presented a mid-range smartphone V23e. The device stands out from the competition with a number of interesting features, including a 50-megapixel front camera and an AMOLED display, which occupies more than 90% of the front surface of the device.

Image source: Vivo

Image source: Vivo

The front camera is one of the key features of the new product. The 50-megapixel sensor is equipped with autofocus and supports the eye-focusing function, which ensures that the user remains in focus when shooting self-portraits. The front camera is built into the waterdrop notch at the top of the screen. As for the display, it is represented by a 6.44-inch AMOLED matrix with Full HD + resolution and occupies 90.37% of the front panel of the smartphone.

Vivo V23e is based on the MediaTek Helio G96 chipset, which works in conjunction with 8 GB of RAM, which can be expanded by another 4 GB due to the swap file. The storage capacity of the UFS 2.1 standard is 128 GB.

The rear camera of the Vivo V23e boasts a 64MP main sensor, which is complemented by 8MP and 2MP auxiliary sensors. The battery capacity of the smartphone is 4050 mAh. Supports 44-watt fast charging.

The novelty boasts a sub-screen fingerprint scanner. It is worth noting that the device lacks 5G support. Vivo V23e runs Android 11 with proprietary Funtouch OS 12 shell out of the box. The smartphone is available in dark gray and blue for $ 375.

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