vivo V25 Pro is the first smartphone we reviewed and it powered by the Mediatek Dimensity 1300. This mid ranger is quite responsive and is on par with other mid range phones like the Oppo Reno8 Pro based on the Dimensity 1200 or Snapdragon 865. The vivo V25 Pro runs cooler than the phones powered by Qualcomm 8 Gen 1. Although it bears a higher number, 1300, it is slightly slower than phones powered by the Dimensity 1200 smartphone.

In terms of design, the vivo V25 Pro is pretty slim and carved out to shine with the backplate’s changing colour when it is exposed to UV light.

The main camera takes good pictures in dark environments but not in total darkness. The camera has difficulty focusing in dark environment. It will take up to 2 secs to take a shot. Day shots are generally impressive.

In HD video recording in 30 fps/60 fps, the stabilisation is impressive. Unfortunately, stabilisation modes are not supported in 4K mode. The Super Night Mode in video recording also brightens up the night video shoots.

As for 5G SA and NSA compatibility, this phone works works with Zero1 5G NSA network, It should work with other 5G SA networks too.

The 5G supports both 5G SA and NSA. The 4G 4×4 MIMO support for various LTE bands also boosted the internet speeds.

In Conclusion, I think V25 Pro is all rounded phone and is suitable for vlogging or photography in dim environments.

The vivo V25 Pro is priced at S$849 at


  • Lightweight and Slim design
  • 66W quick charge
  • OIS and EIS stabilisation


  • Video Stabilisation only for HD and 4K/30 fps
  • Apeture size
  • 44 W charger


  • Performance 9
  • Design 9
  • Features 10
  • Usability 9
  • Value for money 10
  • Score : 9.4 / 10

By Harry