Geekbench Unveils Samsung Galaxy A25 Featuring Exynos 1280 Chipset and 6.44″ Display
Geekbench is a popular application for performance testing, so it is not strange that most phones appear in the database shortly before the premiere, with the results and specifications that this application reads. That’s how information appeared about the Samsung Galaxy A25, a low-end phone, which will be powered by the Exynos 1280, the chipset we saw in the Samsung Galaxy A53 model.
The phone’s designation is SM-A256B and Sam Mobile concludes that it is the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G based on the current nomenclature. In addition to the Exynos 1280 chipset, this phone comes with 8 GB of RAM and Android 14 operating system.
Apart from this information, there is not much else that we can conclude from the Geekbench report, but the previous information that appeared talks about a 50 MP main, 5 MP wide-angle and 2 MP macro cameras. The battery should have a capacity of 5,000 mAh with support for a 25 W charger, which will almost certainly not be part of the package.