Vivo Kenya’s V23 5G Smartphone Now Available at Ksh 59,999

vivo smartphone has launched its V23 5G smartphone in Kenya, a photography oriented device with features for selfies and a color changing design and high-performance 5G experience.

Vivo Kenya unveiled its V23 5G smartphone in the country with a retail price of Ksh 59,999.

The vivo V23 5G smartphone is equipped with a 50 MP AF Portrait selfie feature and 8 MP super-wide-angle front camera on the front panel also supporting 4K selfie video features. 

This is coupled with a triple rear camera module consisting of a 64 MP night camera, an 8 MP super wide-angle camera and a 2 MP super macro camera that will support Super Night Mode to deliver unmatched performance in the dark.

The smartphone also comes with a 7.39 mm ultra-slim body complemented by Fluorite AG for a soft feel. It also delivers flagship-level performance via the MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor, allowing the brand to continue its record of delivering a premium experience, plus dual-mode 5G standby.

“At vivo, we strive to create the ultimate mobile experience combining innovation, cutting-edge capabilities and style for people who seek daring new ways to express their individuality,” said James Irungu, Brand and Communications Manager at vivo Kenya.

The V23 5G also features AI Face Beauty mode as part of the 4K Selfie Video feature with boosted post-editing capabilities to touch up faces and visuals.
Shyam Xie, general manager of Vivo Kenya

In 2021, Vivo Kenya’s sales volume achieved a 230 per cent increase and expanded its human resources by two times to 250 employees.

“Now we are working with more than 300 partners and I believe it will keep growing in the near future,” Shyam Xie, general manager of Vivo Kenya revealed.

The Vivo smartphone made its debut in the Kenyan market in 2019 and has been expanding its operations as part of its strategy to accelerate growth in various markets globally.

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