The Vivo V25e & V25 Are Here For RM1,399 & RM1,799 Respectively

They have higher than average resolution cameras and a colour shifting back panel.

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Vivo has recently announced the price and availability of the V25e and V25. It features a 64MP main camera with hybrid image stabilisation (OIS) and Colour Changing Fluorite AG Glass on the back panel that reacts to UV light.

While most devices we see today are equipped with a 50MP sensor, both the V25e and V25 got a little bit of a boost in resolution. The cameras also have optical and electronic image stabilisation, which is fast becoming a standard in mid-range phones.

For selfies, the front camera of the V25e is a 32MP sensor and the one on the V25 is a 50MP sensor.

However, when it comes to mobile photography, the bulk of the work is done by the processor and not the sensor.

The new V25 has a MediaTek Dimensity 900 processor while the V25e has a MediaTek Helio G99 processor. They afford the camera to do nifty processing tricks that are often accredited to AI.

Both the V25e and the V25 come with 8GB of memory and 4500mAh (4Ah) batteries that support 44w Flash Charge.

Piece & Availability.

The Vivo V25 is priced at RM1,799 while the V25e is priced at RM 1,399. Both devices are available now at all Vivo concept stores, authorised dealers, Vivo Malaysia’s official E-Store, and Vivo Malaysia’s official flagship stores on Shopee and Lazada.

The Aquamarine Blue edition of V25 switches from ocean blue to bluish green; while the Sunrise Gold edition of V25e and V25 shifts from gold to reddish-orange when looked at different angles and exposed to UV light.

From 29 August to 2 September, purchase a V25 and get a V25 series leather backpack, 1-year extended warranty, and 1-year screen crack protection.

Purchase a V25e in the same period and get a V25e premium box Bluetooth speaker and V25 umbrella, 1-year extended warranty worth, and 1-year screen crack protection.

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