The folks over at 91mobile have uncovered the launch schedule of successive Vivo V-series smartphones by drawing on their industry connections. In addition to that, it has been published and made available on the internet by them. It would appear that Vivo is finally moving on to the V27 series after putting a stop to the various spin-offs and remakes of the V25 line.
According to the former, the subsequent V-line will consist of the Vivo V27e, V27, and V27 Pro, all of which are expected to be introduced in February of 2023. The company typically launches two new V-lineups each year, such as the Vivo V23 in 2022 and the Vivo V25 in 2022. Vivo will, in keeping with its custom, release two different lineups of products in the following year as well.
According to 91mobiles, the V27-series will be introducing new MTK Dimensity Chips in the near future. There is a lot of speculation and market trends that point to the fact that the Vivo V27e, V27, and V27 Pro will get features that are on par with the Redmi 12 and Realme 10-series. It is too soon to speculate on the brand’s strategy regarding spec segregation, and there is very little information available on the internet pertaining to the series. As a point of reference, here is a concise rundown of the V25 product line.
The new Vivo V mobile series originates from the brand’s mid-tier catalogue and features three devices from lower mid-range to higher mid-range. V25e, the cheapest one, sports an AMOLED 1080p 90Hz screen paired with two premium storage/RAM configs starting from 8+128GB, 64MP primary camera, 32MP selfie camera, and the Helio G99 engine.
Vanilla V25, the middle sister, pairs Dimensity 900 6nm chip with a 64MP primary camera, 4500mAh/44W, AMOLED 1080p 90Hz screen, under-display optical biometric, 50MP selfie, no stereo speakers, and no IP certifications. The gadget boots up to an Android 12-based operating system, and its storage configurations likewise start from 8+!28GB.
The Pro V25 includes a 1080p AMOLED 120Hz screen added with HDR10+, scratch, and drop-resistant glass. Under the hood, it holds UFS 3.1-based dual storage configuration alongside a Dimensity 1300 Chip, 64MP primary camera, 32MP selfie, 4830mAh battery boosted with 66W charging, and a standard under-display biometric. There’s also a 4G global Vanilla V25 spin-off that will soon unveil in the subcontinent.