Vivo appears to follow the same logic as the V23 Pro with the new V25 Pro, but it feels a little more practical now. To keep up with its predecessor, the phone has grown chubbier and includes an improved processor, a sensible camera, and a curved-edge display. At first glance, Vivo appears to have done well to justify its asking price.
Vivo V25 Pro: Price
The Vivo V25 Pro starts at USD 519 in the United States. In addition, the Vivo V25 Pro comes in 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.
Because of its curved front and back edges, the Vivo V25 Pro appears to be a phone worth far more than its asking price at first glance.
Furthermore, it has an excellent in-hand feel; it is lightweight and slim, and, more importantly, its aspect ratio is ideal for typing. It would have been a large phone a few years ago, but now it appears to be the ideal size.
Sunshine Gold and Stardust Black are the color options for the Vivo V25 Pro. Because of its internal specifications, screen size, camera setup, and battery timing. Vivo V25 Pro mobile performance, Vivo fans highly regard the handset.
The V25 Pro is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1300 SoC with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, 8GB of which can be configured as virtual RAM. Unfortunately, there’s no mention of a special cooling system or enhanced gaming capabilities, so this isn’t for the die-hard gamers out there.
The cameras on the Vivo V25 Pro have also been improved. The previous 108-megapixel primary camera has reduced its resolution to 64 megapixels. But it now has optical image stabilization (OIS), improving its low-light performance. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and 2-megapixel macro camera appear unchanged from the previous model.
In terms of video, the phone can shoot optically stabilized videos up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. However, ultra steady videos with hybrid stabilization are limited to 1080p at 60 frames per second.
Whereas stabilized ‘Super Night’ videos can only be shot at 1080p at 30 frames per second. Furthermore, HDR and ‘Super Night’ mode cannot be used simultaneously.
The Vivo V25 Pro has a 4830mAh battery that can be charged using the included 66W FlashCharger. This appears to be slightly lower than the competition. But because the Density 1300 is a rather efficient SoC, it sips power rather than gulping it down.
As a result, we could get about seven and a half hours of screen time during our testing, and in a real-world scenario, it could last an entire day without charging.
It can charge from 0 to 60% in about 25 minutes, but it slows down, taking about an hour and ten minutes to fully charge. At this price point, we would have preferred to see 80W charging.