Samsung Galaxy A25, the next addition to Samsung’s A series has just surface on Geekbench recently. It reveals that the phone will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 1280, same chipset which is used in the recently launched Galaxy M34 5G. But there is more to uncover, thanks to Twitter’s own leakster, Anthony. Join us as we unravel the specs of the Samsung Galaxy A25.
As per his insights, the Galaxy A25 is expected to feature a generous 6.44-inch AMOLED screen. We found out about the screen size back in June when leaked images of the device, based on CAD drawings, first emerged. Specs also include a 50 MP primary rear camera, 8GB of RAM, and a substantial 5,000 mAh battery, accompanied by 25W wired charging capability.
The phone is anticipated to ship with Android 14 and One UI 6 pre-installed. Samsung now provides an impressive 4 generations of OS upgrades and an extended 5-year security update commitment, even for their mid-range smartphones. This means the device could potentially receive updates up to Android 18.
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While the exact launch date remains undisclosed, the Samsung Galaxy A25 is anticipated to make its debut sometime in the fourth quarter of 2023. Stay tuned for updates; we’ll keep you informed as soon as we have more information.
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