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vivo with photocromic effect

/ 01:00 PM May 25, 2023

Popularly known as a smartphone brand that develops quality products based on a design-driven value, vivo has always been on top of its game when it comes to providing customers with good-performing phone devices that have an eye-candy design and layouts. In fact, vivo is the first-ever smartphone brand in the world to bring in the concept of elevating cameras among smartphones which later on becomes a big hit among customers. They are also the first ever smartphone brand to introduce globally the world’s first half-screen in-display fingerprint scanning technology which truly changes how phone devices are today. Hence, to continuously cater to the ever-increasing demands of people for future smartphone style and design, vivo has integrated another innovation on some of their phone units known as “Photochromic Technology”.

vivo with photocaromic effect

Photochromic Technology is a first-of-its-kind innovation that vivo developed for their products. Whereas, this basically allows vivo smartphone units’ backplates to seamlessly change color in mere seconds when exposed to UV lights or sun. At present, it has a photochromic 2.0 version that has additional layers of color grading effect thanks to the anti-glare and scratch-resistant glass on the back panel, which contributes significantly to building a better appreciation of this effect. 

Unlike any other smartphone brand that just typically offers varieties of colorways for a specific phone, the color-changing effect of vivo enables users to have two different colors in one phone which makes it more appealing, unique, and stylish. Aside from that, because of its integration users can have on an instant different mood and feel when navigating the phone. Supplementary to this, because of the photochromic technology customers can now customize and make different patterns from the backplate of the phone. However, it will gradually return to its original color or form once the device is taken away from the UV ray or sunlight. Be that as it may, with vivo photochromic effect users do not have to worry about getting a new phone case to get their preferred phone color intensity and shade because it can simply be done by exposing a vivo smartphone with photochromic effect to a different temperature.

In the Philippines, the photochromic technology in vivo is exclusive to the series, particularly in vivo V25 series and V27 5G. 

vivo v25 series which has a 64MP OIS ultra-sensing camera and 12GB RAM + 8GB extended RAMis available in three colorways which are aquamarine blue, sunrise gold, and diamond black. Among these available colorways in v25, the sunrise gold color is the one that has the photochromic effect wherein when hit by UV light or sun it transforms into a pleasant orange-red hue that is definitely striking and matches perfectly the user’s classy style. 

vivo with photocaromic effect

On the other hand, vivo v27 5G  has the photochromic 2.0 version on its emerald green colorway which can change to a darker green color when hit by sunlight or UV.  And because it’s a 2.0 version its color-changing effect is much faster than its predecessor. Since it is more reactive and sensitive to light. Along with the photochromic effect, vivo v27 also has 12GB RAM + 256GB ROM, 120Hz refresh rate, 3D curved screen, EIS + OIS Dual-ultra stabilization, Aura portrait algorithm, and  Sony IMX 766V sensor.

Overall, with the integration of Photochromic technology into their products we can say that vivo has truly been an ultimate game changer in the smartphone industry. 


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