Vivo V23 Pro Tipped to Feature India’s first ‘Changeable Fluorite Glass Design’ That Changes Colour in Sunlight

Let’s take a look at more details of the Vivo V23 Pro specifications, features and other details.


Vivo is rumoured to launch its next V-series smartphone very soon. The company unveiled the V21 series earlier this year in India. The rumour mill now claims that the Vivo V23 series will debut in India in the coming weeks. The estimated launch timeline is said to be January 2022. There is no word on the launch date at the moment. However, some key details of the upcoming Vivo smartphones have surfaced online. The latest report revolves around the design of the V23 Pro. According to a 91Mobiles report, the V23 Pro will have sort of a colour-changing design. Let’s take a look at more details of the Vivo V23 Pro specifications, features and other details.

Vivo V23 Pro design details

Vivo V23 Pro is likely to be the first smartphone under the V23 series to debut in India. The official launch date of the phone remains unknown. What we know so far are unconfirmed reports about the device’s rear panel. 91Mobiles claims that the Pro model will have a Changeable Fluorite Glass design. The device’s rear panel will change its colour when exposed to sunlight and UV light. The device is also said to come with fuller crystals that tend to offer better light reflection and sparkle compared to AG matte glass. 

The device’s launch seems imminent as it has already visited Geekbench. The listing confirmed that the device will have a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. The phone will have 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It will run Android 12 out of the box and have a layer of Funtouch OS 12 on top. The device is also said to sport a 64MP rear camera. We can expect the phone to feature an 8MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP macro sensor. Details about the device’s display size, battery capacity, etc. remain unknown.

Vivo is rumoured to launch the phone on January 4 in India. However, the company has not confirmed the date officially. Therefore, we suggest taking the leaked date with a pinch of salt.