Night selfies made easier with the Night Portrait Master, Vivo V25 Series

Vivo has always been a brand that I’ve heard alot of stories from, from their design to their price-to-performance ratio. And now with the launch of their newest mid-range offering the Vivo V25, V25e, and the curved display equipped V25 Pro.

From the three phones launcher the Vivo V25 and V25e are strikingly simillar, to the point it’s hard to visually distinguish them from each other unless you actually use the device! They share the same 6.44 Inch AMOLED Screen, 90Hz refresh rate, Dimensions, Colors, rear Main camera, battery, and well… you see the trend right?
What is different though is the SOC, the V25e equipped with the Helio G99 instead of the Dimensity 900 found on the V25 5G, but don’t like that change sway you away from the V25e as it’s still a capable phone for the price. Another thing that changed is the camera configuration, they both have the same 64MP Rear main camera with Phase Detect Auto Focus and Optical Image Stabilisation, but gone is the 8MP Ultrawide camera found on the V25 and it’s been replaced with a admittedly rarely used 2MP depth camera.

Here’s another one, the Vivo V25 series is being marketed as the “Night Portrait Master” and I have no doubt about that as I’ve been daily driving the Vivo V25 5G for a couple weeks now and it definitely takes amazing selfies and video as I’ve been complimented a couple of times on call for it’s quality! The V25 5G is equipped with a 50MP Autofocus selfie camera which interestingly enough is the best specced, well at least if we’re just talking about the pixel count. The V25 Pro’s selfie camera goes down a notch to a 32MP Autofocus shooter, and the V25e down another to a 32MP fixed focus camera.

The Vivo V25 Pro is slightly different from it’s two siblings though, it uses a slighty larger 6.56 Inch Edge curved display with a camera island instead of notch that’s capable of doing 120Hz, and some re-arrangement of the rear camera array.

The vivo V25 Pro is priced at PHP 29,999 while the vivo V25 and the vivo V25e sell at PHP 23,999 and PHP 17,999, respectively. For Filipino fans who want to avail of the vivo V25 Series, order is now ongoing for vivo V25e ( via vivo website, Shopee, Lazada), vivo V25  (via vivo website, Shopee, Lazada) and vivo V25 Pro (via vivo website, Shopee, Lazada). Users can also purchase the vivo V25 series via all vivo stores and kiosks nationwide. SIM card and TWS  voguards are also up for grabs for the first buyers of vivo V25e, while vivo V25 early buyers will get a sim card, clock speaker and BT Neck Band. Meanwhile, those who will purchase the vivo V25 Pro will have a free sim card, Havit 113A and a clock speaker until supplies last.

Delve deeper into the vivo V25 series by following the official social media accounts of vivo Philippines: Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.