There is a vivo X23 and a vivo V11 Pro that are teased and leaked around the Internet, but externally they appear the same. The chipset may be (some of) what divides them – the vivo X23 packs a Snapdragon 670, unlike the 660 chip in its lookalike.
This is the same vivo X23 V1809A model that we saw go through Geekbench, which claimed Snapdragon 710, but this latest and more detailed benchmark pretty much confirms that it is indeed a 670 chip.
Everything matches, starting with the 2.0GHz clock speed of the Kryo 360 cores. The S710 clocks them higher – 2.2GHz. The Adreno 615 matches too, the benchmark places it just behind the 616 GPU inside the S710. So, a Snapdragon 670 it is.
It's not surprising that Geekbench can mix up the two chipsets - on the CPU side, the only difference is the clockspeed of the two "big" cores (2.0GHz vs. 2.2GHz). The six "small" ones are clocked the same in either case (1.7GHz).
Along the way the benchmark also shows two more details. There will be a model with 6GB of RAM (rumors also suggest one with 8GB). As for the screen, it will be a 19.5:9 panel with 1,080 x 2,340px resolution.