Vivo X23 smartphone is confirmed to debut Sept. 6 as a successor to the Vivo X21 phone that was unveiled in the Q1 2018.
The Chinese manufacturer has confirmed some of the key features of the smartphone, but it is yet to confirm on the SoC that will be powering it. Recently, the Vivo V1809A that is rumored to be the Vivo X23 smartphone was spotted with Snapdragon 710 SoC.
However, the same model number had appeared with Snapdragon 670 on Master Lu benchmarking platform from China. Today, the AnTuTu listing of the same V1809A smartphone has appeared on the official Twitter account of AnTuTuLabs. It confirms that the handset will be indeed powered by Snapdragon 670.
Now that Master Lu and AnTuTu listings of the Vivo X23 (Vivo 1809A) has confirmed that it will be fueled by Snapdragon 670, it appears that Geekbench had incorrectly identified the SD670 as SD710. The Chinese manufacturer has already confirmed that the Vivo X23 is equipped with 8 GB of RAM and it has an inbuilt storage of 128 GB. The same RAM and storage capacities have appeared on the AnTuTu listing of the smartphone.
The V1809A Vivo X23 is loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo. The exact display size of the smartphone has not appeared in its AnTuTu listing. However, the listing has revealed that its screen will offer Full HD+ resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. Vivo has already confirmed that the X23 is equipped with a waterdrop AMOLED screen of 6.4 inches. Some of the other features of the phone that have surfaced through its recent reports include fourth generation under-display fingerprint scanner, super wide-angle lens in its dual camera setup and more.