10. Vivo X60 Pro+

The X70 Pro+ was Vivo's most powerful phone until the X70 Pro+, unfortunately it was only available in China and India.

9. iQoo Neo 6

The Snapdragon 870 chipset is still a powerhouse, and it drives an excellent AMOLED display. 80W wired charging is also the fastest among you

8. Vivo X60 Pro

The 6.56in 120Hz AMOLED display is gorgeous, and the Snapdragon 870 processor is more than enough for most, though it's not the best.

7. Vivo iQoo 9 Pro Legend

The iQoo 9 Pro Legend is at the top of Vivo's gaming range, although it doesn't look like other gaming phones with its BMW-inspired racing stripes.

6. Vivo V25 Pro

The Vivo V25 Pro is a solid mid-range smartphone that can easily compete with the popular on the surface.

5. Vivo T1 5G – Best on a Budget

The Vivo T1 5G is an impressive budget offering from Vivo that's available in India and China - though sadly hasn't reached Europe.

4. Vivo iQoo 9T – Best for Gaming

The iQoo 9T offers enough power for demanding gamers thanks to a reliable camera, strong battery life, an excellent screen, and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

3. Vivo X70 Pro – Best Design

You won't get wireless charging or an IP rating, and the display is smaller and lower in resolution Although it is a custom version for Vivo, it is also capped with Dimensity 1200 chipset.

2. Vivo X70 Pro+ – Best Ultrawide Camera

As mentioned above, the X70 Pro+ is incredibly similar to the aforementioned X80 Pro, but with an older chip and worse battery and charging.

1. Vivo X80 Pro – Best Overall

The X80 Pro is Vivo's latest flagship, and benefits from a wider rollout, which includes much of Asia and Europe, including the UK.

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