Vivo V25 Series Launched in Pakistan; Stellar AMOLED 90Hz Displays, MTK chips, 64MP Cams, & more

Sohail Akhtar

Towards the end of a global release cycle, BBK-chain Vivo makes V25 5G and V25e official in Pakistan. Both new models possess high-end MediaTek SoCs, supreme camera sets, AMOLED screens, and trending builds. 

Following a long stream of teasers, the series launched on time in Pakistan. Though the models are now official, there’s a short pre-order window opening today. The pair should deploy for retail on January 10th. Here’s a rundown of their stats, color options, and prices.

Vivo V25 5G

Design-wise, users will appreciate the sharp edges and rounded corners embodied by Vivo V25 5G. The chassis envelops a 6.44-inch AMOLED 90Hz screen with HDR10+, 84% screen-to-body ratio, 1080p display, and 1300 nits of peak brightness.

On the photography front, it boasts a stellar lens lineup with a 64MP OIS stabilized primary lens, an 8MP wide lens, and a 2MP auxiliary lens. The most notable highlight on its roster is a powerful 50MP sensor that allows it to capture extremely sharp selfies.

Powered by an MTK Dimensity 900 SoC, 12 gigabytes of RAM, and 256 gigabytes of storage, the V25 5G brings 8GB of extended virtual memory with Android 12 OS, a 4500mAh battery, and fast charging at 44W. Shipping in Diamond Black and Aquamarine Blue colorways, Vivo V25 5G costs 109,999 PKR.

Vivo V25e

Vivo V25e is a slightly trimmed version of V25 5G boasting almost identical stats. Unlike the former, a 4G-ready MTK Helio G99 SoC resides inside V25e, with 8GB memory and 128GB storage. Both models equally borrow 8GB of storage for RAM utilization. Right out of the gate, it boots to an Android 12 home screen.

Display stats on both models remain equally impressive, serving 6.44-inch AMOLED panels with deep inky blacks, extreme color accuracy, and 90Hz refresh rates. The Flourite AG glass finish helps the chassis change colors under sunlight.

Being a value-friendly alternative to V25 5G, V25e trims cost in the province of photography. It has a reduced pixel count on the selfie cam (32MP), and on the back, it has a 64MP OIS camera with no secondary ultrawide shooter. Both new Vivo phones have under-display biometrics, SD-card slots, and 3.5mm audio ports. V25e, in the shades of Diamond Black and Sunrise Gold, costs 79,999 PKR.


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