Recently leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G show a clear resemblance to previous models and confirm a unified design for the 2023 range.
Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, is currently demonstrating a clear and consistent evolution in the design of its smartphones. Back then, Samsung phones featured very different designs within the same release cycle, with some models standing out for their aesthetics while others were criticized for their looks. However, as of 2023, the company appears to have adopted a single, unified design for all of its smartphones.
Confirming this trend are the recently leaked renders of the Galaxy A25 5G, which show an unexpected resemblance to previous models of the same line, such as the Galaxy S23 FE and the Galaxy A34 5G. These representations are published via the website Giznextunveil a phone with a triple-lens rear camera system, each with its own cutout, and an LED flash positioned between the top two lenses, just like the Galaxy A34 5G.
While detailed specs for the camera lenses aren’t available yet, it’s expected to be low-end hardware that will fit the phone’s budget.
On the front, the Galaxy A25 5G has notable bezels, including one “chin” very often. The selfie camera is integrated in a waterdrop notch, a detail that immediately suggests the device’s economic position in the Samsung portfolio.
The Galaxy A25 5G also offers a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB-C port and the usual side buttons, which include a fingerprint scanner and volume rocker. With dimensions of 162 x 77.5 x 8.3 mm, the smartphone is slightly larger than the Galaxy S23 Plus.
This consistent design across the different phone models can be seen as Samsung’s attempt to create a stronger and more recognizable brand identity. With this strategy, the company seems to be aiming for greater aesthetic coherence between the different devices in its range, compared to the design diversity that characterized its previous versions.
According to forecasts, the Galaxy A25 5G is expected to be launched with a price tag below 300 euros. If the expectations of a coherent design and a competitive price range are confirmed, Samsung could further strengthen its position in the lower mid-range smartphone market.