Vivo V25e Launching in Pakistan on January 3; Dazzling Build, 64MP Shooter & Flagship SoC

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo’s top-selling V-catalog produced three new models in September; V25, V25 Pro, and V25e. The series opened global sales as soon as the event wrapped up. At the climax of its Asian debut cycle, Vivo is ready to introduce the budget V25e in Pakistan.

The brand has started teasing its upcoming V-models, Vivo V25e and V25 5G, on social media without revealing the launch date. Their latest teaser slates V25e for an incoming Pakistani launch soon. An industry-bound source reports that the Vivo V25e should go official on January 3rd along with the V25 5G.  Though its pricing is still under wraps, we’ve also received word on its storage configuration. And given the focus on the V25e as an economical option, we will be discussing this model in further detail going forward. 

Vivo V25e rocks an AMOLED screen measuring 6.44 inches with FHD+ resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, and a U-notch. On paper, it has a slightly lighter chassis than the pricier V25 5G and offers the same color-changing glass finish.

Design-wise, the new V Vivo mobile aka V25e spares no expense and boasts an all-out premium aesthetic, with flat edges, a raised 2.5D panel, three huge lenses on the back, and a large camera plate. The camera head houses a 64MP OIS unit with two assistive 2MP sensors. 

V25e is a slightly cheaper sibling from the lineup, so it carries a somewhat under-specced 4G-ready MTK Helio G99 SoC under the helm. In Pakistan, it will unveil 8GB memory and 128GB storage trim. The phone runs Android 12 FunTouchOS by default. 

The OEM-provided feature expands its hard memory with up to 8GB of soft virtual memory providing additional room for background apps. With Vivo's new budget phone, users will find a 32MP selfie shooter and a screen-embedded fingerprint reader. Charging at high speeds, it will pack a 44W power brick in the box, bumping its 4500mAh cell from 0-60% in under 30 minutes. Its predecessor, the Vivo V23e new price in Pakistan is around 64,999.


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