Samsung Galaxy A25 5G essentially replaces the Galaxy A24. You’ll only get one USB-C cable with the smartphone; There will be no film or case on the screen. It is also equipped with an A25 headphone jack and the maximum charging power it supports is 25W.

The screen diagonal of the Galaxy A25 is 6.5 inches. Its matrix is ​​AMOLED, refresh rate is 120 Hz, resolution is Full HD +. True, the smartphone has big problems with PWM.

The new product runs on Exynos 1280 processor (6/8 GB RAM). As a workhorse, the phone is almost ideal. It gets 480 thousand points in AnTuTu. However, it is not suitable as a gaming smartphone.

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There are no special questions about the device in terms of autonomy. The battery capacity is 5000 mAh and it is fully charged in approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes. You can also count on 7 hours of screen use.

The front camera of the A25 is 13 MP, the photos taken with it are quite normal. In this case you can only record the video in Full HD and stabilization will not work well.

The main camera of the new product is triple. The main module has a resolution of 50 MP, wide – 8 MP, macro – 2 MP. The wide-angle camera is quite successful, although it is very sensitive to light. The main camera gives good results both during the day and in the evening/night. You can record video at a maximum of 4K 30 fps with the main camera.

The smartphone will receive system updates (up to Android 18) for four years and security updates for five years from the moment of launch.

The Galaxy A25 is Samsung’s exemplary mid-range phone. This is a very nice device in terms of stability, speed (unless you’re a gaming fan), smoothness, image quality and battery life.

Source: Ferra

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