Vivo V25 and V25e Landing in Pakistan Soon; High-res Selfies, 90Hz AMOLEDs & 44W ACs

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo V25 5G and V25e rank in Vivo’s top-selling catalog. They feature dense frames, premium builds, top-of-the-line cameras, and highly immersive screens. In September, the pair became official in Thailand, promising to arrive in multiple Asian markets. Now, V25 and V25e Pakistani launch is fast approaching. 

An internal report from the industry claims the pair’s slated arrival on January 3rd. Expectedly, the models should open sales on January 10th. The news confirms its storage variants as well. V25 and V25e show off stellar features at modest prices.

Vivo V25 5G

In design, Vivo V25 follows the current trend in the Android smartphone market. Users will find sharp edges plus rounded corners enveloping a 6.44-inch AMOLED 90Hz screen with HDR10+, ~84% screen-to-body ratio, 1080p display, and 1300 units of peak brightness. 

Optics-wise, it boasts a quality lens assortment. The phone pairs a 64MP OIS-stabilized primary camera with an 8MP wide and 2MP auxiliary unit. Rear lens aside, the phone shines in the selfies domain. It mounts a substantial 50MP sensor on the front.

In Pakistan, V25 will launch with MTK Dimensity 900, 12GB RAM, and 256GB storage. Users will have 8GB of virtually extended memory with Android 12 OS, a 4500mAh cell, 44W fast charging, and an under-display fingerprint reader. The pricing details for our market are still under wraps.

Vivo V25e 

V25e is a slightly cheaper sibling from the lineup. It boasts similar specs to Y25 5G, but brings a 4G-ready MTK Helio G99 SoC under the helm, paired with 8GB memory and 128GB storage. It also borrows 8GB of storage for RAM utilization, using Android 12’s built-in virtual memory feature.

Display quality remains the same on both models; 6.44-inch AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, and a down-slopping U-notch. In line with V25, V25e carries Flourite AG Glass Finish with color-changing ability. On paper, the V25e weighs slightly less than the former.

Photography is another area where V25e trims the features to reduce cost. On the back. It carries a 64MP OIS camera, but no wide-angle lens is available here. It also has a reduced pixel count on the selfie cam; 32MP. Under-display biometrics are standard across the board.   


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