Vivo V25 Pro Review, Pros and Cons

Vivo has expanded its V-Series by launching the Vivo V25 Pro 5G smartphone in the market. The device comes as the successor to the Vivo V23 Pro 5G.

However, the phone has some downgrades compared to its predecessor like Cameras. It features an octa-core Mediatek Dimensity 1300 Processor and more.

Let’s see the full features, specifications, and price of the Vivo V25 Pro 5G. We have also added the Pros and Cons of the device along with some FAQs. Read on to check all the details.

Price of Vivo V25 Pro

The device launched in two different variants – 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage and 12GB RAM + 256GB Storage. It comes in two color options – Pure Black and Sailing Blue.

The 8GB+128GB model is priced at Rs 35,999, and the high-end 12GB+256GB model is priced at Rs 39,999.


Vivo V25 Pro 5G Pros and Cons

Good Looking PhoneOnly 8-bit panel (no 10-bit color depth)
3D Curved PhoneDecent Cameras
OIS SupportNo 3.5 mm Headphone Jack
4830 mAh BatterySingle Speaker
66W Fast Charging SupportNo IP Rating
Android 12 OS Out of the boxNo SD Card Slot
Color Changing Panel for Blue ColorBloatware in the UI
NFC Not Supported
Bit Expensive

So, these are the Pros and Cons of the Vivo V25 Pro, now take a look at the full features, specifications, and review of the phone.

Vivo V25 Pro 5G Review

Vivo V25 Pro 5G is worth buying if you only want a Vivo smartphone. The device has its Pros from Color Changing Back Panel to OIS Support. However, considering the price of the phone, it’s not up to the mark and it’s an overprice phone.

Vivo has done a lot of cost-cutting like there is no stereo speaker, okay-type processor, plastic frame, and bloatware in the UI. The company is more focused on the camera side but this time the cameras are also not as great as they are marketing.

Let’s go deeper and see what Vivo has offered in its Vivo V25 Pro 5G smartphone.


The smartphone features a 6.56-inches FHD+ 3D Curved AMOLED Display with a 2376 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, 120Hz Refresh Rate, and 300Hz Touch Sampling Rate. It further has a 19.8:9 Aspect ratio and 92.70% Screen-to-body ratio.


The phone also has Widevine L1 support which means you can stream FHD+ content on OTT apps like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, etc. Also, it has HDR10+ support, so you can stream HDR content on OTT apps as well.

As the device has an AMOLED Panel, hence Vivo has included an In-Display fingerprint sensor to unlock the device using fingerprints.

The Vivo V25 Pro 5G has glass on the front and back panel while the frame of the phone is made out of plastic.


Coming to the design, the phone has a color-changing Flourite AG glass back panel that changes its color when exposed to direct sunlight to a dark navy shade. However, it’s limited to only the Sailing Blue color model.

Overall, the display of the phone is good and you will not face any issues with it.


The Vivo V25 Pro features a triple rear camera setup with an LED flash in the rectangular module that houses a 64MP primary lens with f/1.89 aperture that has OIS, an 8MP ultrawide angle sensor with f/2.2 aperture, and a 2MP macro sensor with f/2.4 aperture.

There is a 32MP Selfie Camera Lens with f/2.45 aperture in the punch-hole design display. The rear camera record up to 4k videos at 30fps while the front camera can record up to 1080p videos at 60fps.

Now, Vivo is known for its camera but this time, Vivo needs to work on the camera. The videos come out well but sometimes there are some issues with dynamic range.

The 64MP primary lens captures good shots with good detailing and the colors also come out well but it tries to boost the colors of the images.

The 8MP ultrawide lens also takes some good shots in good lighting conditions but it suffers in low lighting or at night. Also, forget that 2MP lens as it’s added just for number and has no use in the real life.


Coming to the selfies, the 32MP lens captures some good shots and it’s worth the price tag. However, it tries to soften the images which some people don’t like.

Overall, the cameras of the handset are good and it’s not the best, specifically the rear cameras.


The smartphone is powered by an octa-core Mediatek Dimensity 1300 5G Processor which is paired with Arm Mali-G77 MC9 GPU for graphics.

The device runs on Android 12-based FunTouchOS 12 skin out of the box. It comes with up to 12GB of LPDDR4x RAM and up to 256GB of UFS 3.1 Internal Storage.

The Vivo V25 Pro also has extended or Virtual RAM availability. However, the Virtual RAM feature is a gimmick and it’s used only for marketing purposes and has no use in real-life, so forget about that.

Coming to the processor, there are many smartphones available in the market at the same price range that have Snapdragon 870 SoC or even Snapdragon 888 but Vivo has gone with Dimensity 1300 which is not a good thing.


However, the Mediatek Dimensity 1300 is a powerful processor and you will not face any kind of issues while playing games or using it in day-to-day life. But, at this price point, the phone should have a better chipset rather than a good one.

Overall, the performance of the device is good but is not that great considering the price.


The handset packs a 4,830 mAh Battery with 66W Fast Charging Support. Vivo has also provided an 80W Charger inside the box.

The MediaTek Dimensity 1300 is a power-efficient processor which means the battery will last for a day.

Overall, if you are a heavy user then you need to charge the device twice a day, otherwise, it will last for a day without any issues.


The Vivo V25 Pro 5G does not have stereo speakers, instead of that, Vivo has provided a single speaker on the bottom side without any stereo support.

The phone also does not have a 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, so you will either have to use wireless earphones or a Type-C to 3.5 mm converter to plug your wired earphones.

Overall, the device has a good audio quality and you will not face any kind of problems with it.

Vivo V25 Pro 5G Full Specifications

Display6.56-inches FHD+ AMOLED
19.8:9 Aspect Ratio
92.7% Screen-to-body ratio
Resolution2378 x 1080 pixels
Display Protection
Refresh Rate120Hz Refresh Rate
Dimensions & Weight158.9 x 73.52 x 8.62 mm, 190 grams
BuildGlass Front
Plastic Frame
Glass Back
Operating SystemFuntouchOS 12 Based on Android 12
ProcessorMediatek Dimensity 1300 SoC
GPU – Arm Mali-G77 MC9
CPU – Octa-core (1×3.0 GHz Cortex-A78, 3×2.6 GHz Cortex-A78 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
StorageLPDDR4x+UFS 3.1
Card SlotDual SIM Slot
Rear Camera64MP primary sensor
8MP ultrawide sensor
2MP macro sensor
Video (Rear)4k@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps
Front Camera32MP Selfie Camera
Video (Front)1080p@30fps
Battery4,830 mAh Battery
Charging66W Fast Charging
Headphone JackNo
SpeakersSingle Speaker
Bluetooth Versionv5.2
IR BlasterNo
FingerprintIn-Display Fingerprint Scanner
5G Bandsn1, n3, n5, n8, n40, n41, n77, n78
Ambient Light Sensor
Proximity Sensor
Fingerprint Sensor
NavigationGPS, Beidou, Glonass, Galileo, QZSS, NAVIC
ColorsPure Black, Sailing Blue

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a 3.5 mm Headphone Jack?

No, the device does not have a 3.5 mm Headphone Jack to plug your wired earphones or headphones.

Is there a dedicated SD card slot?

No, the device does not have a dedicated microSD card slot. You can only insert 2 SIM cards in it.

Does the device has Widevine L1?

Yes, the Vivo V25 Pro has Widevine L1 support which means you can stream FHD+ content on OTT platforms like Amazon Prime Videos and Netflix.

Is there an In-Display Fingerprint?

Yes, the device has an In-Display Fingerprint Scanner to unlock the device using fingerprints.

Does the device has stereo speakers?

No, the phone does not have dual stereo speakers, instead, it only has a single speaker.

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