In a recent development, official-looking renders of the Samsung Galaxy A25 have surfaced, providing a closer look at the much-anticipated device. While it remains unconfirmed whether these renders are indeed from Samsung, they offer a more reliable representation of the phone’s design compared to previous CAD-based leaks.
The Samsung Galaxy A25 is expected to be available in four appealing colors: black, light blue, lime green, and “blue-grey.” The phone’s dimensions measure 162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm and feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor integrated into the power button. The device boasts a 6.44-inch screen, ensuring an immersive viewing experience.
On the camera front, the selfie camera is rumored to be 13 MP, mirroring its predecessor, the Galaxy A24. Meanwhile, the rear camera setup retains Samsung’s classic design with individual camera island-circles. The primary shooter could potentially house a 50 MP sensor, continuing the legacy of the previous phone in the series.
Leaked information suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A25 will come equipped with a robust 5,000 mAh battery and support 25W wired charging. It is expected to run Android 14 with One UI 6 from the get-go. An earlier rumor hinted at the presence of Samsung’s Exynos 1280 SoC paired with 8GB of RAM, suggesting that the device may not be a powerhouse in terms of performance.
Enthusiasts of the Samsung Galaxy A series are eagerly anticipating an official announcement for the Galaxy A25. However, if the device is indeed set to launch with Android 14, the release date might extend beyond this year. Stay tuned for further updates on this upcoming smartphone.