Vivo V27 Lineup Tipped with Launch Timeframe; Expect Arrival Early in 2023

Sohail Akhtar

Sourcing their industry links, folks at 91mobile have discovered the launch timeline of successive Vivo V-series. And they have shared it on the internet via a publication. Apparently, after putting a pin on Vivo V25 spin-offs and remakes, Vivo is finally moving on to the V27 series. 

According to the former, the subsequent V-line consists of Vivo V27e, V27, & V27 Pro, which should unveil in February 2023. The brand usually drops two V-lineups yearly, case-in-point Vivo V23's 2022 and V25's 2022. Retentive of its traditions, Vivo will launch two lineups in the following year too.

91mobiles adds that the V27-series plans on bringing new MTK Dimensity Chips. The Market trends & speculation suggest that the Vivo V27e, V27, & V27 Pro will get features on par with Redmi 12 and Realme 10-series. It's too early to anticipate the brand's strategy regarding spec segregation, and there is little to know about the series on the web. For reference, here's a brief overview of the V25 lineup.

The new Vivo V mobile series comes from the brand's mid-tier catalog and features three devices from lower mid-range to higher mid-range. V25e, the cheapest one, carries an AMOLED 1080p 90Hz screen paired with two premium storage/RAM configs starting from 8+128GB, 64MP primary camera, 32MP selfie camera, and the Helio G99 core.  

Vanilla V25, the middle sibling, pairs Dimensity 900 6nm chip with a 64MP primary camera, 4500mAh/44W, AMOLED 1080p 90Hz screen, under-display optical biometric, 50MP selfie, no stereo speakers, and no IP ratings. The machine boots up to an Android 12-based operating system, and its storage combos also start from 8+!28GB.

The Pro V25 features a 1080p AMOLED 120Hz screen added with HDR10+, scratch, and drop-resistant glass. Under the hood, it holds UFS 3.1-based dual storage configuration alongside a Dimensity 1300 Chip, 64MP primary camera, 32MP selfie, 4830mAh battery boosted with 66W charging, and a standard under-display biometric. There's also a 4G global Vanilla V25 spin-off that will soon unveil in the subcontinent.  


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