Vivo V25 4G is a Newborn Member of V25-family; Tipped to Unveil in Coming Weeks

Sohail Akhtar

The V25 family by Vivo has been banding around the globe for quite a while now. While the cheapest of the members, 4G V25e, showed up for retail in most of Asia, the other regions under non-5G status couldn't welcome the new successor of Vivo V23 5G. As a remedy, Vivo plans to unveil a CPU-switched variant of V25 5G soon, rebranded as V25 4G.

According to rumors, the expected variant will have the exact blueprint and frame as Vivo V25e. While the naming strategy does suggest a CPU switch, there is no info about the actual SoC and specs anywhere on the web. 

Paras Guglani, the tipster, says that the device will unveil in mid-November, which isn't that far off. So, the specs on V25 4G will get official in the coming days. Meanwhile, the only safe assumption is that the rebranded V25 4G carries the same specs as V25e (based on design coherence). 

To paint the image for you, V25e from a few months back carries a teardrop-shaped AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution. The recent addition to the Vivo price list has a diagonal screen size of 6.44 inches - brightness levels that reach as high as 1300 nits, and DCI-P3 color gamut score topping out at 100%. 

V25e features the same triple-slotted Cam layout as the V25 5G, including an optically stabilized 64MP sensor as its primary camera and gimmicky 2MP sensors for the other two lenses. There's a 32MP selfie camera on the header.

With MTK's Helio G99 chipset, V25e sports 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage with FunTouch OS. In theory, the phone's 4500mAh battery gains 58 percent battery charge in 38 minutes with fast charging capability of 44W. 

The biometric reader lies under the phone's screen — Vivo V25e fashions two classy shades of Diamond Black and Sunrise Gold. Its Color-changing back and 7.99mm chassis add to the overall design richness. The V25e's retail tag is said to be the same as the Vivo V23e's price in Pakistan.


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