Exynos 1280-equipped Samsung Galaxy A25 is listed on Geekbench:
It is possible that the Samsung Galaxy A25 will become the most recent addition to the A series in 2019, but this won’t happen until next year. Since the original Galaxy A24 was introduced in April of this year, it would not make sense for Samsung to launch the successor model of this smartphone in the same year as the first model. In spite of this, information regarding the phone has recently begun to surface, and a recent listing on Geekbench has confirmed several essential particulars. Let’s look at the specifics of the situation.
The Geekbench listing for the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G with model number SM-A256B has divulged a few crucial pieces of information regarding the device’s hardware specifications. The system-on-chip (SoC) will be an eight-core Exynos 1280, and the RAM capacity will be a sizeable 8 gigabytes. Regarding the operating system, the upcoming Galaxy A-series model will ship with Android 13 pre-installed, and Samsung’s One UI skin will be applied on top of that. The smartphone was able to achieve scores of 937 on the single-core test and 2106 on the multi-core test while being benchmarked.
According to CAD renderings that were included in a previous report, the display on the mobile device will measure 6.44 inches and feature a waterdrop notch. On the back of the phone, you can see that it has a triple-lens camera system as well as an LED flash. The device includes a volume rocker and a fingerprint sensor that is located on the side for added security.
Both a 3.5mm headphone jack and a single speaker can be found on the Galaxy A25. It has been reported that the dimensions of the device are 162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm. A primary camera with a resolution of 50 megapixels will reportedly be located on the back of the Galaxy A25. The front-facing camera will have a resolution of 13 mega pixels. According to this, the primary and selfie cameras on the new phone are likely going to be the same as the ones on the Galaxy A24.