The Vivo V25 series has been the subject of multiple leaks in recent days. Virat Kohli recently encouraged the vanilla V25 in a tweet. The device has now received Geekbench certification before its public launch. The listing provides crucial details about the V25.
As per Geekbench certification, Vivo V23’s successor got the model number V2202. The MediaTek Dimensity 900, model number MT6877V, an octa-core processor, will substitute the CPU. Given that the V25 will be an upper-midrange smartphone, the chipset is justified.
The Vivo V25 5G achieved 1997 multi-core points and 700 single-core scores in the Geekbench 5 tests. Till now, the 8 GB edition of V25 is tested.
Additionally, Mali G68 will be the GPU supporting the Density SoC. Other RAM configurations are also expected, but they will all share Android 12. The V25 was running Vivo’s most recent Origin OS, Ocean.
The chipset information disproves earlier allegations that the V25 was really a rebranded version of the Chinese S15 Pro because the V25 has a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 CPU. Additionally, the Pro V25 has won a number of certifications, and its release is close.
The back shell of the V25 Pro is anticipated to be embellished with a Flourite AG glass panel that changes color.
Under the hood, it may have a MediaTek 1300 SoC, while the photography may be handled by a triple rear camera arrangement. The price of the Vivo phones is as yet unknown. A gorgeous AMOLED 120Hz display with a curved design would be on the front.
Users are asked to use caution when explaining this information, as the vanilla V25 deviated from the expected characteristics as well. Pakistan is also expected to receive the phone in the upcoming months.