vivo V23 Pro Competition review Part-6

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The vivo V23 and V23 Pro are formally out. The sanctioned retail price of the V23 Pro is INR38, ($ 520/€ 460) and INR43, ($ 590/€ 520) for the 128 GB 8 GB RAM and 256 GB 12 GB RAM performances, independently.

While fair, arguably, that MSRP is a bit high for some of the bias the V23 Pro is going up against. Fresh off of Xiaomi’s ever-churning smartphone machine, the Xiaomi 11i and 11i HyperCharge incontinently spring to mind. These are now going transnational, although they aren’t entirely new, but rather renamed Redmi Note 11 Pro and Redmi Note 11 Pro, available in China since October 2021. The decision between the two in a real sense boils down to a decision between quicker 120W charging or a greater mAh battery, with a” bare”67W charging. The ultimate is the easy choice for us, tête-à-tête. In any case, for simply over EUR 300, you get, among different impacts, Gorilla Glass 5 and an IP53 standing, a 120Hz AMOLED show and sound system speakers. That’s on top of an else veritably analogous set of core specs to the vivo V23 Pro. Well, minus the selfie camera prowess.
Still, the Redmi Note 10 Pro is still an excellent choice that actually offers a really analogous overall specs distance, If these are unattainable where you live. You could, maybe, get it for under EUR 300 as well.

Talking about a decent arrangement, you can likewise get a Poco F3 for around a similar cost. Its Snapdragon 870 chipset is a great choice for those who do not inescapably place too important value on the camera experience and would rather get as important raw power as possible for the plutocrat.
Still, near to the$ 590/€ 520 MSRP of the advanced-end V23 Pro, the Realme GT2 looks like a great option, If you feel comfortable spending a bit more. Maybe indeed the Realme GT2 Pro, though that bone might be a bit of a stretch for the budget. The introductory GT2 still offers some excellent specs like a 120HZ AMOLED, stereo speakers, a Snapdragon 888 5G chipset and a 50MP, OIS- enabled main camera.

We realize that utmost of the challengers we listed formerly can be hard to get, either because they’re just as new as the V23 Pro or not exactly available internationally. That comes with the home. Still, last but not least, we’ve to mention the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G. It seems that the Korean mammoth’s popular Galaxy A family has only been getting better and better recently, and the A52s 5G arguably represents one of the stylish value offers within the lineup yet. Not only do you get a” big brand” mobile phone, complete with Samsung’s fairly new extended software support, which is surely available internationally, but you also get effects like an IP67 standing, stereo speakers and OIS on the main camera.

vivo V23 Pro Mobile Phone Verdict

The vivo V23 Pro is somewhat of an odd gadget with regards to a last decision. On the face of it, its MSRP does feel a bit high for what it offers, making some deletions, like sanctioned doorway protection and OIS, to name just a couple, stick out that much further. As we outlined in the former section, you can fluently get a better overall” value”, well-rounded mid-range device for the same price or lower.

That being said, the vivo V23 has plenitude of going for it, making it a truly unique device in further ways than one. Its design is ultramodern and eye-catching, redundant thin and with a enough unique trick if you go for the UV-reactive Sunshine Gold color option. Also there’s its other name aspect-the potent selfie camera setup. It’s not every day that we come across a device that truly shines for all kinds of selfie prisoner, as well as vlogging. Vivo really went all out in this department, and though they might sound like a gimmick at first, the brace of binary-tone LED” firebugs”on the front are actually relatively nifty.
Like we said, when you put all of this together, you end up with a truly unique device, relatively unlike utmost of its competitors. However, also you can rest assured that the vivo V23 Pro is also well-rounded in utmost other aspects and will deliver an excellent experience If this particular blend of features sounds charming to you.
Still, if you do not inescapably prioritize selfies, you can presumably find better value bias away.

Pros

1. Veritably thin, light and ultramodern design. UV-sensitive reverse panel is a nice party trick.
2. The 90Hz, HDR10 display has solid performance.
3. Excellent battery life and veritably fast 44W charging.
4. Funtouch Zilches 12 now with Android 12 underneath offers great performance and customization.
5. Above average performance from the Dimensity 1200 5G chipset.
6. Solid each- around performance from the 108MP main camera and truly great selfie and videotape experience from the 50MP selfie.
7. The two binary-tone selfie LED” limelights”are excellent in practice.
8. A truly great vlogging experience.

Cons

1. Plastic middle frame, though relatively sturdy. No doorway protection.
2. No SD card niche, no3.5 mm audio jack, no NFC.
3. Poor automatic refresh rate switching and underwhelming color delicacy.
4. Just a single, underwhelming bottom-firing speaker.
Both the reverse and frontal ultrawide cameras are a bit inconsistent and pause behind the other cameras.

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