The mid-range smartphone known as the Vivo V25, which went on sale globally in August of this year, would “soon” be made available in Pakistan. It will be displayed next to the Vivo V25e, which is the series’ more affordable model. Sadly, the Vivo V25 Pro is not mentioned.
It was confirmed by Vivo, which has been teasing its upcoming smartphones on its official Twitter account. As the face of all teaser advertisements for Vivo in Pakistan, Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistani cricket team, is featured once more.
We already know every detail about the Vivo V25 and V25e because they are already available. Both smartphones have 6.44-inch AMOLED screens with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 1080p resolution, but they both have noticeable bezels around the edges of the screen.
These phones can change color when exposed to sunlight thanks to their color-changing rear panel, which makes them stand out from other smartphones.
Only the cameras and chipsets of the two brothers differ. The base model uses MediaTek’s Dimensity 900 SoC, while the V25e continues to use the Helio G99 chip.
Although the Vivo V25 and V25e both have 64MP primary cameras, the regular model only has a pair of 2MP depth and macro sensors on the back, while the E model has both. Furthermore, selfie cameras vary. Over the 32MP selfie camera on the less expensive model, the standard Vivo V25 opts for a 50MP sensor.
Price and Availability
The price and release date of these phones have not yet been disclosed by Vivo. We anticipate the Vivo V25 will cost more than Rs 100,000 because import tariffs have gotten worse since the Vivo V23 5G was introduced in Pakistan. The Vivo V23e could cost around Rs. 80,000 this time, though there is no confirmation as of yet.
Given that the teaser campaign for these phones has already been going on for a few days, we anticipate the official launch to take place near the end of December or in the first few days of January.