Launch of the Vivo V25 Pro in India: Cost and Features

Vivo V25 Pro

The Vivo V25 Pro, the company’s newest mid-range smartphone, is now available in India. The V25 Pro has the same “color-changing” glass back that was used in the previous series. This time, the V25 Pro has a colour called “Sailing Blue” that turns black after being in the sun or near strong UV rays for a long time. There is also a Black colour option for the V25 Pro that doesn’t change. Here’s a quick look at how much the Vivo V25 Pro costs and what it can do.

Vivo V25 Pro: India price, release date, and promotions

For Rs 35,999, you can get a Vivo V25 Pro with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. For Rs 39,999, you can also get a model with 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage space. The Vivo V25 Pro is now available for pre-order, and sales will start on August 25 in India.

Vivo V25 Pro: Important details and features

The best thing about the Vivo V25 Pro is how it looks. The phone also has a curved front screen and a back that changes colour. The phone looks expensive because it is made out of glass. It has a full HD+ AMOLED screen that is 6.53 inches in size. The phone also has a refresh rate that changes depending on how it is used. The highest refresh rate that can be used is 120 Hz.

The Vivo V25 Pro is run by the Mediatek Dimensity 1300 CPU. The 64MP back camera comes with an 8MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera. Vivo says that the V series will get a number of camera improvements, such as better photos in low light. The 32MP camera on the front. The Vivo V25 Pro comes with a 4830 mAh battery and fast charging at 66W. The phone uses Android 12, which is based on FunTouch OS 12. It will be able to get two software updates and three years’ worth of security updates.

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