Samsung Galaxy A25 5G Design Renders Leaked Could Pack Triple Rear Camera

Samsung A25 5G Design Renders Leaked: Triple Rear Camera Since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A24 4G last month, South Korean electronics giant may soon unveil a 5G variant of this smartphone. According to reports, this handset could boast 50MP rear and 13MP front cameras as well as an LCD display with 90 Hertz refresh rate and modern waterdrop notch – expected to cost less than $300 when released later this year.

Steve Hemmerstoffer of OnLeaks recently published CAD renders of the Galaxy A25 5G smartphone, showing almost identical to Galaxy A24 handset with an Infinity-U Notch on the front and relatively thick chin at bottom; additionally it boasts three cameras in three independent cutouts on back of handset.

Optics-wise, there have also been notable enhancements. According to reports, the Galaxy A25 5G features a 50MP primary sensor paired with a 10MP telephoto lens capable of 3x optical zoom, along with 12MP ultrawide angle camera for wide-angle shots and 13MP selfie/video call sensor on its front side.

As far as specifications are concerned, we should expect the Galaxy A25 5G to feature the Snapdragon 778G SoC found in its counterpart Galaxy A24 4G model as well as a 3,300mAh battery with fast charging support and side-mounted fingerprint scanning support.

Notable changes include an anticipated display size increase; according to reports, the new device is expected to feature an LCD or OLED panel measuring 6.44-inches diagonally – 0.06 inches larger than what was offered on Galaxy A24.

According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G may compete against other affordable 5G smartphones from various manufacturers such as the OPPO K11 5G, Infinix Note 30 5G and Vivo Y27 5G – all known for offering excellent cameras, high-resolution displays and modern specs for an incredibly low price point. If the rumors prove accurate later this year when its European debut occurs – for now you can refer back to our list of best phones under $300 as further options await release.

By Macpie

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