Samsung has launched its latest additions to the Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A25 5G and Galaxy A15 5G, available for purchase since January 1, 2024.
These 5G smartphones from Samsung are poised to bring technological innovations to the masses at an affordable price point.
Samsung is adding the line up of its 5G smartphones in India at a time when Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel are in the process of expanding their 5G network coverage to boost customer base.
The Galaxy A15 5G succeeds India’s top-selling 5G smartphone, the Galaxy A14 5G, as per Counterpoint Research. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A25 5G distinguishes itself with a Super AMOLED display featuring Vision Booster technology, a 50MP triple camera system boasting an array of photo-editing capabilities, a substantial 5000mAh battery, and security enhancements such as Knox Vault.
Embodying Samsung’s signature design ethos for a premium feel, both the Galaxy A15 5G and A25 5G showcase a distinct design language, introducing a new key island design on the side panel and a flat linear camera housing for an improved grip.
The Galaxy A15 5G flaunts a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display, enriched by Vision Booster, delivering seamless, vibrant, and crisp visuals.
In contrast, the Galaxy A25 5G’s 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate produces rich colors at up to 1000 nits brightness, ensuring clarity even in outdoor settings, all while benefiting from Vision Booster technology.
Camera capabilities stand as a focal point for both devices. The Galaxy A15 5G incorporates a 50MP triple camera setup featuring VDIS, minimizing blurs or distortions in videos due to shaky movements.
On the other hand, the Galaxy A25 5G integrates a 50MP (OIS) triple camera system, enabling high-resolution, steady images and videos, effectively eliminating blurriness caused by involuntary shakes.
Additionally, the A25 5G boasts a 13MP front camera for crystal-clear selfies and incorporates photo-editing features like Single Take, Remaster, and Object Eraser for easy and efficient editing.
Notably, both the Galaxy A15 5G and A25 5G are fortified with Samsung’s Knox Security platform, ensuring users maintain complete control over their data through features like Auto Blocker, Privacy Dashboard, Samsung Passkey, and more. The smartphones also include the Knox Vault chipset, designed to safeguard sensitive data and offer a Secure Folder for storing private photos, videos, and documents.
Moreover, these devices introduce a range of features enhancing the overall Galaxy Experience. The Quick Share feature enables instant sharing of files, photos, and documents across multiple devices, including laptops and tablets, with an emphasis on privacy.
To ensure long-term relevance, the Galaxy A15 5G and A25 5G promise up to 4 generations of OS upgrades and up to 5 years of security updates. Additionally, both devices introduce the Samsung Wallet, allowing consumers to conveniently store IDs and redefine payment experiences.
Smartphone chipset leader Qualcomm is not powering these two innovative 5G smartphones.
The Galaxy A15 5G is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor, while the Galaxy A25 5G runs on the Exynos 1280, built on the 5nm process, offering enhanced power and speed for seamless multitasking.
Both devices feature a 5000mAh battery capable of lasting up to two days, support 25W fast charging, and incorporate an adaptive power-saving mode to optimize energy consumption based on usage patterns.
Galaxy A15 5G (featuring 8GB+256GB) is priced at INR 22499.
Galaxy A15 5G (featuring 8GB+128GB) is priced at INR 19499. Samsung is offering INR 1500 Bank cash-back with SBI Cards for boosting the purchase of Galaxy A15 5G.
Galaxy A25 5G (featuring 8GB+256GB) is priced at INR 29999.
Galaxy A25 5G (featuring 8GB+128GB) is priced at INR 26999. Samsung is offering INR 3000 Bank cash-back with SBI Cards for boosting the purchase of Galaxy A25 5G.
Galaxy A15 5G and Galaxy A25 5G will be available across retail stores, Samsung.com, and other online players starting January 1, 2024.