We first saw the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A25 in leaked CAD-based renders all the way back in June, and today we’re back with a new set of renders of the device. These look like they could be official renders leaked from Samsung itself, but of course we can’t know for sure.
Still, if they are, then they’re more reliable than the CAD-based ones, as they can give you a more accurate impression of the phone’s looks. Not that anything about its looks is likely to surprise you.
The Galaxy A25 is said to come in four colors: black, light blue, lime green, and “blue-grey”, as per the source of these renders. The phone measures 162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm. It has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button and a 6.44-inch screen.
The selfie camera “may” be 13 MP just like in the Galaxy A24, while on the rear the traditional Samsung design is there for all to see, with individual camera island-circles. The primary shooter could also be carried over from the previous phone in the series, in which case it will be a 50 MP affair.
According to a previous rumor, the handset will feature a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 25W wired charging and will run Android 14 with One UI 6 on top from day one.
The Galaxy A25 recently passed through Geekbench with Samsung’s Exynos 1280 SoC on board paired with 8GB of RAM, so don’t expect a ton in terms of performance. Hopefully it will be made official soon – though if it’s actually going to launch with Android 14, we expect it may not make it this year.