Vivo V25 — Pros & Cons

Shaurya Sharma
2 min readNov 23, 2022

This year, Vivo has produced some incredible smartphones. This year, I used a number of Vivo smartphones, with the Vivo V25 being my favorite. The pricing of this smartphone, which was released in the middle of the year, was approximately Rs 28,000. It has some intriguing specifications for the price. Let’s list its benefits and drawbacks.

Pros

Display — The 6.5-inch curved AMOLED screen of the Vivo V25 has a refresh rate of 90Hz. Another interesting feature is the color-changing capability of the smartphone’s rear panel. The display quality is excellent for viewing content, and the panel’s maximum brightness is 1300 nits.

Built — The device is 190 grams light and smartly made, making it easy to carry around all day. The smartphone’s top left corner houses the rectangular camera module, which has a third lens at the edge and two large spherical lenses inside.

Performance- The Vivo V25 runs without a hitch. The smartphone’s MediaTek Dimensity 900 CPU and 8 or 12GB RAM guarantee that the user won’t have any overheating or sluggish problems. The HyperEngine inside the processor performs amazingly to improve the gaming experience. The FunTouch OS 12, which is based on the Android 12 operating system, is enjoyable to use aside from that. The Mediatek SOC is the best upgrade for this smartphone because it provides top-tier efficiency and performance.

Camera — The Vivo V25 has three cameras on the back: a 2MP macro camera, an 8MP ultra wide-angle camera, and a 64MP primary camera with optical image stabilisation (OIS). The Super Night picture is one of the smartphone’s most recognisable features. The 50MP front-facing camera on the smartphone is used for both selfies and video calls. There isn’t a better camera in this price range that I’ve seen.

Fast Charging- The 44W fast charging speed of the Vivo V25 smartphone. It takes less than an hour to charge a smartphone.

Cons

Battery — The only small problem in this smartphone is its battery size. It has a 4500mAh battery backup, which should have been atleast 5000mAh, seeing the price of the smartphone.

As you can clearly see, the smartphone has some amazing pros, and the only con is its battery size, and I think it is also compensated with the Mediatek chipset’s power saving capabilities. What do you think of this smartphone? Comment down below.

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Shaurya Sharma

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