Within few months of launching Vivo X23, the Chinese tech giant has launched a new version of Vivo X23 dubbed as Vivo X23 Symphony Edition that has been equipped with an outdated processor and lower amount of RAM. The X23 Symphony Edition comes with some improved specifications which include better selfie snapper and a powerful battery.
Vivo X23 Symphony Edition costs CNY 2,798 which roughly translates to Rs. 29,000, while the Vivo X23 was launched at CNY 3,498 (roughly Rs 36,200). Both of the devices are available for purchase, particularly in the China market.
The Vivo X23 Symphony Edition measures 157.6 x 75.4 x 7.1 mm and weight is 162 grams. It has been launched in China with two alluring colors Arctic Morning, and Starry Night Ocean. It features a 2.5D holographic illusion glass on the rear panel that offers a mesmerizing depth effect to the device.
The new Vivo X23 Symphony Edition comes with a 6.41-inch Super AMOLED display with the support of FHD+ resolution. It offers the screen resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. The Symphony Edition also has under- display fingerprint scanner which is similar to regular Vivo X23. The X23 Symphony Edition comes with 6GB RAM while the regular Vivo X23 has 8GB of RAM.
The new Symphony Edition has been equipped with 128GGB internal storage which supports microSD card to extend the storage capacity of the device. It is armed with a 3,500mAh which is 100mAh more than the X23. The device will be shipped with 18W charger for fast charging. The users can charge the device via USB- Type C Port.
The X23 Symphony Edition comes with a better 24.8MP selfie snapper while the X23 has a 12MP sensor on the front panel. On the rear side, the device has dual sensors consisting of a 12MP primary sensor and a 13MP secondary sensor. On the software front, the X23 Symphony Edition runs on Android 8.1 Oreo OS layered with h FunTouch OS UI. Face unlock feature is also available on the Symphony Edition alongside under- display fingerprint scanner.