Vivo V25 5G Might Land in Pakistan Soon with 50MP Selfie, 44W Fast Charge, & Dimensity 900 SoC

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo recently unveiled three new additions to its V-series catalog, the V25 5G, the V25 Pro, and the Vivo V25e. All three phones are decent, but the mid-tier V25 5G seems to provide more value in terms of specs. Having launched in Thailand, the V25 5G plans to explore other regions of South Asia.

Expectedly, Vivo V25 5G and the V25e are arriving in Pakistan, likely by the end of this month (ascertaining from the poised Indian launch in the coming days). The official Indian microsite for the V25 5G is up, revealing the complete feature set of the phone. Let's review.

Let's take a look at V25's front. A Full HD+ 6.44-inch AMOLED screen with HDR10+ support and 90Hz refresh rate. Fingerprint reader under the screen and a drop-notch housing first-of-its-kind 50MP sensor for the selfie camera — Bokeh Flare Portrait mode support.

Design-wise the whole V25 lineup looks alike, with minor changes thrown into the mix. The V25 5G ships in two colorways, Black and Blue, stylized using AG glass and color-shifting technology. Overall it's a flat-slab design with right-angled edges and a tri-cam layout.

V25's prime camera on the back holds a 64MP OIS sensor. With Ai powered by Dimensity 900 6nm SoC, Vivo claims a natural and dream-like bokeh effect. It will also feed the processing power to Android 12 x Funtouch OS 12 UI. The performance becomes even smoother with UFS 3.1 storage and Virtual expandable RAM.

A 4500mAh battery with 44-Watt fast charge support pumps the energy inside V25. The upper-end variant will pair 256GB storage with 12GB RAM, and the starter variant will pair 128GB storage with 8GB RAM. Vivo smartphone's price could fall anywhere between Rs. 80,000 to 90,000 PKR.


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