The Samsung Galaxy A24 4G only came onto the market at the beginning of May, but the company is apparently already working on the successor, the Galaxy A25 5G. Some CAD-based renderings of the new model have been leaked today. They show a smartphone that looks largely identical to the A24 4G. The timing of the leak is also strange. Because it is actually still much too early for a successor to the A24 that was only presented a few weeks ago.
In theory, the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G could have originally been planned as the Galaxy A24 5G. That would also explain the very similar design and the short timespan between the two models. According to the source of the renderings, the new model measures 162 x 77.5 x 8.3mm compared to 162.1 x 77.6 x 8.3mm for the Galaxy A24. The display is said to have a size of 6.44 inches, which corresponds exactly to the panel of the A24.
According to the leak, the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G also has three main cameras on the back. We also get a fingerprint sensor in the power button and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Apparently there is a black model, but Samsung will definitely present other variants at the start.
When this start could be, however, is still unknown. We will keep our eyes open for the upcoming Samsung smartphone.