Vivo has started to promote its upcoming V series of smartphones, the V25 series. The Chinese brand has put teasers for the phone on its website detailing the phone’s features and reveals most of the things we need to know about the phone.
Vivo has now revealed that the phone will launch on August 17 at 12pm. And it will be on sale on Flipkart and Vivo.com online channels, and will be available in all mobile and retail stores after launch.
Vivo V25 Pro: Key features and specs
Vivo provoked the presence of color change in the phone. This sunlight-based color change feature was present on the Vivo V23 Pro and is making a comeback here.
The phone will come with a curved AMOLED screen with a hole in the middle, as opposed to a huge notch like the previous year’s model.
It comes with a triple camera setup on the back with a 64MP main camera with OIS support. And there’s support for hybrid stabilization for the videos. The selfie side looks downgraded from the previous model as this phone comes with a single selfie camera while the Vivo V23 Pro came with two.
Vivo V25 Pro is powered by the Mediatek Dimensity 1300 SoC. It’s the same chipset we’ve seen recently in the Oppo Reno 8 and OnePlus Nord 2T.
The phone is backed by a 4830mAh battery and support for 66W fast charging.
If only Vivo priced this phone better
Vivo demands a hefty premium for its V-series phones over those of other brands.
Vivo V23 Pro was launched in India for Rs. 38,990. And it’s certainly not the most budget-friendly option, but it still had great cameras, a premium design, and a curved screen that’s a popular thing among the masses.
The Vivo V23 Pro was a successful phone for Vivo as it is more geared towards the offline market as a premium offering. The Vivo V25 Pro continues as an iterative upgrade over the Vivo V25 Pro and we can be sure it will be a win for Vivo as it would retain its great cameras, curved screen and great design formula.
We can only hope that if the phone is priced a little lower than the Vivo V23 Pro, it will make the phone a better value proposition. But we know that won’t happen, and Vivo may even price higher than its predecessor.