Previously we reviewed Vivo V23e in the previous post, which is here
Vivo V23e is here as an option that must be considered for consumers who are looking for a phone with a good selfie camera at a price of 4 million rupiah. In some sectors, V23e offers quite attractive advantages.
Well , for more details, just look at the advantages and disadvantages of the vivo V23e:
Vivo V23e Pros:
1. Stylish design, thin and light
vivo V23e has a slim body with a thickness of only 7.36mm for the Moonlight Shadow color, and 7.41mm for the Sunshine Coast color. The design is stylish and quite comfortable to hold. Its weight is also light, only 172 grams. One other thing that should be underlined, the back cover of the V23e is not easily dirty by finger marks.
2. The selfie camera is the best in its class
The V23e is armed with a 50 MP Autofocus Night Portrait front camera. Besides being promised to be able to produce good images in various light conditions, the camera is also supported by Eye Autofocus to lock the focus of the eye or object with precision.
There is also the AI Extreme Night feature which is capable of producing good selfies in low light. There are also Multi-Style Portrait and Double Exposure for more artistic selfies. Regarding video, the V23e’s front camera is supported by Steadiface Selfie Video for stable recording and Dual-View Video to record simultaneously with the rear camera.
3. The rear camera can be relied on in various conditions
While for the rear camera, Vivo offers a 64 MP main sensor accompanied by 8 MP Super Wide-Angle and 2 MP macro. The photos are quite good for shooting in various conditions.
4. Smooth performance
Armed with the MediaTek Helio G96 chipset, 8 GB RAM + 4 GB Extended RAM, and 128 GB storage, the V23e can provide smooth and agile performance for various needs. Gaming is still quite fun.
5. Fast charging 44W
This phone offers 44W fast charging technology, and it only takes about 1 hour to be fully charged to 100 percent from around 10 percent.
6. The sales package is quite complete
Of the many middle-class phones on the Indonesian market, you could say the Vivo V23e has the most complete sales package. In addition to the USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, there is also a softcase and headset. The default charger also directly supports the maximum charging technology of this cellphone, which is 44W.
7. There is NFC
Need NFC? There is!
Disadvantages of vivo V23e:
1. Screen is still 60Hz
Even though it is supported by a 6.44-inch Full HD + AMOLED screen that has Widevine L1 certification, unfortunately the refresh rate is still 60Hz. While most of the competing phones in the same price range are at least 90Hz.
2. Mono speaker
Yes, the speakers are still mono, not stereo like some of its competitors.
3. Slot hybrid
vivo V23e adopts a hybrid slot, which means you can’t install two SIM cards if you want to add a microSD
4. Video recording cannot be 4K
Regarding videography, the Vivo V23e is capable of recording up to 1080p resolution at 60fps using both the rear and front cameras. Yes, it can’t be 4K yet.
5. Battery capacity may be less attractive for some people
For some people, the 4,050 mAh battery may look less than appealing. It would be more interesting if the capacity was bigger, although we believe the decision to dip into the 4,050 mAh is to keep the body slim.
Those are some of the advantages and disadvantages of the vivo V23e. For those who are interested, the V23e is sold at a price of USD $307.