Launched alongside the vivo V25 Pro and vivo V25e in the Philippines, the vivo V25 comes in a Sunrise Gold variant with the brand’s Photochromic 2.0 technology. In normal speak, that’s the tech that allows the smartphone to change color when exposed to UV light or sunlight. But of course, you can still opt for the elegantly understated Diamond Black version, which sparkles vividly at certain angles.
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The vivo V25 is more than your average stunner, though. It has a lot to offer, especially when it comes to low-light photography and videography. It’s not known as a #NightPortraitMaster for nothing. Take a look at what we mean in the video below (spoiler: We have many sample shots!). Here, we also discussed the other noteworthy features of the 5G-capable handset.
In the Philippines, the vivo V25 is priced at P23,999 (roughly $407), while its two other siblings — the vivo V25 Pro and vivo V25e — sell for P29,999 ($509) and P17,999 ($305), respectively. Yes, it’s the middle child. If you’re convinced by the time you finish watching our video that the v25 is the right phone for your needs, then go visit any of the brand’s stores or kiosks nationwide. You may also purchase one online. Below are links to the shop listings of the vanilla model. We’re also sharing where you can buy the v25 Pro and v25e online for good measure.
- vivo V25e
- vivo V25
- vivo V25 Pro
Specs comparison: Vivo 25 Pro vs Vivo V25 vs Vivo V25e
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