Galaxy A25 5G Official Renders Leaked, 25W Fast Charging Confirmed via FCC

Most of Samsung’s phones have stuck with a 25W charging standard for a while now. The upcoming entry-level mid-range phone from Samsung, the Galaxy A25 5G, will also have 25W charging, according to the FCC certification. This will require over an hour and a half to charge the device fully. Note that Samsung doesn’t include the charger in the box, and you must buy a separate 25W brick.

The Galaxy A25 5G was spotted on the FCC listings. This phone was also on the Geekbench database. It scores around 970 points on the single-core test. It hits 2100 points in the multi-core test. The Exynos 1280 powers this phone, and it’s the same as the Galaxy M34 from this year. That’s a rather underwhelming performance.

The phone will have a triple rear camera setup and a side-mount fingerprint scanner. It has a waterdrop-style notch, large bezels, and a large chin. You can get it in up to 8GB of RAM, though the base models will probably start at 6 GB. The phone also has a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Galaxy A24 came out in April 2023. We can expect this phone in early 2024 since their release cycles are getting faster. The phone allegedly has a 6.44″ 1080P 90Hz AMOLED panel. We expect a 5000mAh battery as well. For the “triple” camera setup, we expect a 5MP ultra-wide and a 2MP depth sensor.

The phone supports 5G and also NFC. According to the listing, it has all the important bands, namely: n2/5/25/29/30/41/48/66/70/71/77.

The leaked renders of the phone show four new colors. The design is a generic triple camera module at the back with individual camera rings. It’s similar to the more expensive S23. It doesn’t have a camera bump, and it’s probably flat and flush. The LED flash is next to the lens in the middle.

Galaxy A25 5G Official Renders

According to a report from AndroidHeadlines, the official renders have been leaked. The four new colors are Black, Blue-Gray, Lime Green, and Light Blue. We don’t have the price information of this phone yet, but we expect under 300$. Note that Samsung didn’t confirm any of the specifications. The phone is slated for launch in 2024, but we don’t know if these specs are accurate, and we advise taking them with a pinch of salt until we hear more.

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