Samsung will likely debut its smartphone lineup next year with the launch of the Galaxy A15 and the Galaxy A25. A few days ago, the possible designs of the Galaxy A15 and the Galaxy A25 were leaked. Now, more information about the Galaxy A25 has been revealed through FCC certification documents.
Galaxy A25 connectivity and charging specs revealed via FCC certification
The Galaxy A25 5G passed through the FCC certification process (via MySmartPrice) recently, and related documents reveal its model number, connectivity features, and fast charging capability. The smartphone carries the model number SM-A256U, which is the US variant of the 5G-capable device. It is compatible with eleven 5G bands in the US region: n2, n5, n25, n29, n30, n41, n48, n66, n70, n71, and n77. It also features other connectivity features, including GPS, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.2, and NFC.
FCC certification documents also reveal that the Galaxy A25 has a microSD card slot and is compatible with 25W fast charging. The phone also has two other variants for the US: SM-A256U1 and SM-A256VL. Previous reports claimed that the Galaxy A25 will have a 6.44-inch screen with a U-shaped notch. It has three rear-facing cameras (including a 50MP primary camera) and a 13MP front-facing camera for selfies.
The Galaxy A25 will be equipped with the Exynos 1280 processor, which has two high-performance CPU cores and six power-efficient CPU cores. It has up to 8GB RAM and will likely run Android 14 out of the box. Since the phone has already appeared in FCC and Geekbench databases, it could be launched sooner rather than later.
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