vivo V23 5G Unboxing and First Look Review

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vivo V23 5G has finally launched in Kenya. This is their first 5G smartphone in Kenya.

vivo V23 5G brings with it improved photography and colour changing back as you’ll see above.

vivo V23 5G comes with a 6.44″ AMOLED(1080 x 2400 pixels) display with a 90Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+ support and Schott Xensation Up protection.


The display is really bright, especially outdoors

The back design features Fluorite AG that provides a fine and textured feel resistant to fingerprints.

vivo V23 5G back has a colour changing surface on the Sunshine Gold colour version that goes from warm hues to cool sharp tones. The phone is really light and comfortable to use too.

On the inside, the vivo V23 5G ships with MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor and Mali-G68 MC4.

Vivo V23 5G rocks 8GB RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.

vivo V23 5G runs on Android 12 and FunTouch OS 12.

vivo V23 5G brings with it the photography capabilities the V lineup is known for.

For Selfie enthusiasts, vivo V23 5G has dual front-facing cameras that include a 50MP and an 8MP ultrawide with support for 4K video recording.

vivo V23 5G also sports a triple camera setup at the back that includes a 64MP main, 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP macro.

For lowlight photography, vivo V23 5G is equipped with Super Night Mode that vivo promises will deliver unmatched performance in the dark. 

Other features include a 4200mAh battery with support for 44W wired fast charging and an in-display fingerprint reader.

Watch our unboxing and first impressions review above. Our full review is coming out in a few days.

Pricing and Availability

vivo V23 5G will start selling from Ksh 59,999. Pre-orders are available now till the 27th and sales go live on February 28th.

vivo V23e goes for Ksh 33,999.


Both phones will also be available for preorder on e-commerce sites too.

vivo has also partnered up with Lipa Later to offer financing plans.

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