Rumors have been buzzing that Samsung is gearing up for the Samsung Galaxy A25 launch and we recently spotted this very model in the Geekbench online database. The listing revealed some crucial information that the phone was going to be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 1280 chipset. Now, let’s get straight into other Samsung Galaxy A25 leaks and specifications.
Samsung Galaxy A25 leaks:
An online leakster has posted some important specifications of the device. The leakster had revealed these details on X and had given the emphasis on the phone being powered by an Exynos 1280 chip. He asserts that the Galaxy A25 is set to feature a sizable 6.44-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, promising vibrant colors and deep blacks for an immersive visual experience. On the photography front, it is expected to shine with a powerful 50-megapixel primary rear camera.
Geekbench has identified the upcoming Galaxy A25 smartphone as the Samsung SM-A256B. It also shows the chipset architecture and RAM size. Under the hood, the Galaxy A25 is rumored to pack an ample 8GB of RAM, ensuring smooth multitasking and responsive performance for users who demand a snappy and efficient device. This generous RAM capacity should enable users to seamlessly switch between apps, browse the web, and enjoy demanding multimedia content without experiencing slowdowns or lag.
Powering the device is a robust 5,000 mAh battery, offering impressive battery life that can easily last through a full day of regular usage. What’s more, the inclusion of 25W fast wired charging support means that users stay on their phones longer than plugged into a wall.
It appears that the Galaxy A25 will come pre-loaded with Android 14, complete with Samsung’s One UI 6 overlay right out of the box. This suggests that its official release might still be some time away, as Samsung typically aligns its device launches with the latest software updates.
Furthermore, the leak has also provided us with key information about the Galaxy A25’s dimensions, measuring 162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm. Notably, it also retains the beloved 3.5mm headphone jack. That is all we know as of now about the Galaxy A25.
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