The vivo V25 and the vivo V25 Pro are two brand-new additions from Vivo to its renowned V series. The latter is a fantastic higher-midrange phone with excellent cameras, a lovely display, a premium CPU, and quick charging capabilities. It is undoubtedly one of the best pick value-for-money phones. Still, it is also a strong competitor to the oppo Reno8 5G as they share the same chipset, have similar characteristics, and are priced similarly. Because of this, we believe it is essential to compare them.
Here is a comparison of the significant features of the vivo V25 Pro with the oppo Reno8 5G.
Looking at the back of these phones, the oppo Reno8 5G looks much more appealing. It features a very original back design, a protruding camera module that gradually emerges from the cover, and an impressive gradient option. oppo Reno8 5G is a thin and light phone compared to the vivo V25 Pro. However, when it comes to front-end design, the mid-range vivo excels. It has a high screen-to-body ratio and narrow bezels around the display. The Reno has a reasonably thick lower chin, making it difficult to see through the front glass, but that’s the only area protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
According to the specs above, the vivo V25 Pro’s display looks better. This is an AMOLED panel with a 6.56-inch diagonal, FHD+ resolution of 1080×2376 pixels, HDR10+ certification, 120 Hz refresh rate, and an in-display fingerprint reader. The oppo Reno8 5G display is 6.4 inches diagonal, with FHD+ resolution, 90 Hz refresh rate, and an in-display fingerprint scanner. Both phones boast vivid colors and deep blacks. Still, the vivo offers higher refresh rates and better image quality thanks to its HDR certification, with a thinner under-panel chin and wider diagonal. Increase. Unfortunately, the Reno only has one mono speaker, whereas the V25 Pro has two, which gives it a better sound.
SPECS & PERFORMANCE
These two phones share the same processor: Mediatek’s Dimensity 1300 mobile platform, created using an octa-core architecture and a 6 nm manufacturing process. The Cortex A78 CPU, three Cortex A78 CPUs operating at 2.6 GHz, four Cortex A55 CPUs running at 2 GHz, a Mali G77 MC9 GPU, and three Cortex A55 CPUs make up the SoC. It is not the most advanced chipset by MediaTek, but it is one of the most powerful. This SoC is excellent for both casual users and gamers. The memory settings for these two devices are identical, with up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of UFS 3.1 native storage. Both come pre-installed with Android 12, modified by ColorOS 12.1 and Funtouch OS 12, respectively.
The vivo V25 Pro’s main cameras appear more reliable. It has three cameras on the back: a 64MP primary sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS), a 2MP macro camera, and a 12MP ultrawide lens with a 120-degree field of view. The front camera has a 32MP resolution and can record 4K video at 30 frames per second, in addition to supporting 4K video recording on the rear cameras. A 50MP primary lens, an 8MP ultrawide lens, and a 2MP macro camera make up the triple back camera of the oppo Reno8 5G. A 32MP camera with 1080p video capture is on the front.
Because it has a larger 4830mAh battery, the vivo V25 Pro is the battery life king in our comparison. On the other hand, the oppo Reno8 5G’s smaller battery offers 80W fast charging, which is a quicker charging method. However, it only has a 4500mAh capacity, and considering these two phones have the same chipset, the battery life will generally be lower.
The vivo V25 rose in this conversation of its better display, higher camera specs, and battery size. But the oppo Reno 8 5G is more dominant in design and battery charging speed as well as in the operating system. As of now, both smartphones are not available on the market. But it will be released soon in our country.