Samsung Galaxy A25 5G design, colorway and spec rumors corroborated in new leaks
Next-gen Samsung smartphones are tipped to launch with a new kind of frame that is shaved away around the power and volume buttons that are all appropriately clustered together on the device's right side.
The new space-saving design is thought to grace the top-end S24 series - and also the Galaxy A25 5G, despite the fact that the latter might start at the ~US$300 price-point of its predecessor, thanks to compromises such as a non-punch-hole display. Now, the new feature is showcased in that supposedly upcoming smartphone's latest renders.
They also purport to demonstrate that the A25 5G will launch in a pearlescent Light Blue, a flourescent Yellow, a less vibrant yet still potentially elegant Blue and also Black (not pictured): colorways also echoed in some 2023 Galaxy A-series variants.
The handset's latest leak also offers more putative hints at its SoC, which, if accurate, has also featured in the higher-end Galaxy A33 and A53. The Exynos silicon might be joined by up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage in the A25.
There is also now word of 25W wired charging, which, as that tech was also part of the A23 5G, would be no surprise. The Galaxy A25 5G is projected to become available in 2024, alongside the Galaxy S24 series.