A few months back, we got word that Samsung was preparing to launch a new budget-friendly A-series model in the form of the Galaxy A25. More recently, the device was spotted online in a retailer listing, going for around $320 when converted.
In terms of hardware specifications, Samsung has decidedly kept it simple for the Galaxy A25. Inside, the phone comes with an Exynos chipset, a base memory configuration of 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and a 6.5-inch OLED screen with an FHD+ resolution. Other details include a main triple-camera setup on the rear panel, a 5,000 mAh battery, as well as 5G connectivity.
Given the phone’s affordable pricing, the Galaxy A25 comes with a plastic build, but of course the device is targeted towards buyers who are after function over form. Nevertheless, it does retain the general look of most Samsung handsets on the market these days, especially with the flat sides and individual camera sensor bumps.
The original benchmark listing for the A25 showed that the phone managed to achieve 973 points in the single core test and 2106 for the multi-core test.
Source: Digitec (CH)