Leaked high-resolution renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A25 have emerged online, revealing a device that closely resembles its predecessor, the Galaxy A24. Set to be released later this year, the Galaxy A25 aims to continue Samsung’s lineup of affordable smartphones.
The leaked renders, sourced from Giznext and OnLeaks, showcase the external design of the Galaxy A25, which appears strikingly similar to the previous generation. While the device does feature some slight year-over-year specification changes, the overall design remains virtually unchanged.
In terms of dimensions, the Galaxy A25 is expected to have a footprint of approximately 162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm, mirroring that of the A24. The screen size also remains similar, with a 6.44-inch display that retains a slightly larger bottom bezel. Notably, the volume rockers on the side retain their familiar design, and the A25 is set to retain the power button fingerprint reader.
Moving to the rear, the Galaxy A25 is equipped with the same triple-camera setup found on its predecessor. While the specifics of the camera system are currently unknown, given that this is an entry-level phone, significant improvements in this area are unlikely.
Despite the leaked renders shedding light on the Galaxy A25’s design, many details, including the launch date, remain unknown. However, if the leaks prove accurate, one can expect the Galaxy A25 to inherit the longevity and value offered by its predecessor, the Galaxy A24.
|Later in 2023
|Minor changes compared to Galaxy A24
|High-resolution renders via Giznext and OnLeaks
|162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm
|Volume rockers remain unchanged
|Integrated into the power button
|Identical to Galaxy A24 (50MP, 5MP, 2MP)
|Unlikely due to entry-level nature
|Continued longevity similar to Galaxy A24