Premium Display, Colour-Changing Design Worth More Than Rs 35,000?
Vivo launched the latest version of its popular mid-range V-series of smartphones, the Vivo V25 Pro, which takes a lot from its predecessor and brings improvements with an aim to
make the Vivo V25 Pro one of the most desirable mid-range smartphones in the country. The Vivo V25 Pro has been launched with a lot of design similarities with its predecessor, the
Vivo V23 Pro with things like a colour-changing back panel, a curved display, and more. However, there are a lot of changes as well, in order to come up with a better, more
complete smartphone experience. In my review of the Vivo V23 Pro, I had said that it is a ‘colour changing smartphone that performs well.’ Will I have a similar point of view
for the Vivo V25 Pro after my tests? Let’s find out! India at a price of Rs 35,999 onwards. (Image Credit: Darab Mansoor Ali/ abeylele.com)” width=”1200″ height=”800″
class=”size-full wp-image-6097393″ /> The Vivo V25 Pro was launched in India at a price of Rs 35,999 onwards. (Image Credit: Darab Mansoor Ali/ abeylele.com)DESIGN Starting
with design, the Vivo V25 Pro is a good looking smartphone. The smartphone has a 6.56-inch curved display, so it is not too big in size. The curved display adds a premium look to
the Vivo V23 Pro, and there is a centrally-placed hole punch cutout on the curved panel – I prefer this over the notch on the previous Vivo V23 Pro. The back panel is where the
Vivo V25 Pro stands out in terms of design elements. First and foremost, there is the colour changing flourite AG glass that changes colour when exposed to UV light or sunlight. We
got the Sailing Blue colour variant that changes into a dark shade of blue when exposed to UV light. Vivo V25 Pro comes with a colour-changing back panel. (Image Credit: Darab
Mansoor Ali/ abeylele.com)The camera module is also more symmetrical with a more squared design, and two larger lens cutouts, and one smaller in the two-tone camera module. Looks
proportionate and good, and doesn’t make the phone wobble too much on a flat surface. With the Vivo V25 Pro, Vivo took the V23 Pro’s design and made some much–important
changes that make the smartphone look much better and all the more proportionate. DISPLAY The Vivo V25 Pro has a 6.56-inch display with a full-HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh
rate. The display used on the Vivo V25 Pro is a Schott Xensation panel and the picture quality and details on this panel are pretty decent. The colour accuracy may not be as good
as a Samsung panel, but this is every bit as good as an E4 display. The display on the Vivo V25 Pro is also one of the brightest in the segment with 1,300 nits of peak brightness.