This new Android phone can actually change colors — here’s how

Phones now come in all manner of colors, even the traditionally muted Samsung Galaxy and Apple iPhone ranges now come in a mix shades. But it can be easy to get bored of the color of your everyday phone, even if it’s bold and vibrant. Not so with the Vivo V23 and V23 Pro. 

That’s because this new Android phone comes with the ability to change color — yes really. The Sunshine Gold colored models will apparently shift colors entirely when exposed to sunlight. If that’s done for some 30 seconds, the phone’s back will change from its original gold color to a blue-green shade. 

This is achieved using a “Fluorite AG Glass Design” with crystals that shine and change color due to a reaction when exposed to UV light, aka sunlight. Don’t expect the Stardust Black to color option to change though, as it’ll keep it’s rather fetching textured black finish regardless of the star-powered radiation waves it’s exposed to. 

(Image credit: Vivo)

How appealing either of those colors will be is down to the eye of the beholder. But the ability to change colors is a neat party trick; though we’d need to see it in action before we pass judgement. 

If you’re shrugging at this, then the new V-series phones from Vivo have another neat feature: the display notch on the phones hold a pair of selfie cameras. One is a 50MP main camera and the other is an 8MP ultra wide camera.

an image of the Vivo V23 Pro's front and rear cameras

(Image credit: Vivo)

Dual selfie cameras have been seen before, notably with the OnePlus Nord and the Google Pixel 3 XL and it’s chunky display notch, but they aren’t common sights. In this case a large megapixel main lens paired with an ultra-wide camera could yield some detailed and extensive selfie shots.

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