Vivo launches V25e, a vlogger’s dream

Part of Vivo’s V-series launch in the country is week is the Vivo V25e smartphone

The stylish, creatively tailored smartphone comes with cutting-edge camera capabilities.

The V25e is packed with a colour changing rear panel, and a 64MP main camera.

With upgraded optical image stabilizing (OIS) capabilities, the camera has been crafted to minimize blurry shots.

The rear camera features a Bokeh Flare Portrait algorithm which assists with producing state-of-the-art portraits even at night in low light.

A 32MP front camera allows users to choose from a variety of filter’s which enhance overall selfie texture.

Quality videos

Hybrid Image Stabilization techniques’ allow users to record those high quality video’s even when the camera is shaking.

With a new Vlog Movie feature added, the V25e has enhanced filming capabilities, and templates to match cereal vlogger high demands.

To improve vlogging experience, the V25e comes with a dual view video feature that enables users to use the front and rear cameras simultaneously to record on an adjustable split screen.


The V25e comes in Sunrise Gold and Diamond Black.


The V25e is 7.79mm thin and weighs 183g allowing comfortable grip in anyone’s hand.

Changing colours.

The V25e comes with a colour changing fluoride AG glass on it’s back panel which enables the device to change colours at different angles when exposed to UV light.

The colour on the sunrise gold edition changes from gold to reddish-orange under UV light.


A 4500mAh batter has been coupled with 44W flash charge powered super charge pump that enables a recharge from 0% to 58% in 30 minutes.

Smart charging capabilities enable the phone to minimize battery loss during charging and reducers the heat generated by fast charging the battery.


A 128 storage capacity that supports up to 1TB of memory expansion, to allow users to store their HD photos, videos and those favoured apps.


The V25e is available at reputable retail outlets at R 10 999.

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