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Samsung Galaxy A25 5G, Galaxy A15 5G now available in India
NEW DELHI — Samsung has brought Galaxy A15 5G and Galaxy A25 5G smartphones to India with striking features in the mid-range segment.
Galaxy A15 5G (in Blue Black, Blue and Light Blue colours) will cost INR 22,499 for (8GB+256GB) and and INR 19,499 (8GB+128GB) variants.
Galaxy A25 5G (in Blue Black, Blue and Yellow colours) will come for INR 29,999 (8GB+256GB) and INR 26,999 for the 8GB+128GB variant.
Both the devices come with cash back offers with SBI cards.
Galaxy A25 5G offers Super-AMOLED display with Vision Booster technology, Exynos 1280 processor, 50MP triple camera setup that comes with a host of photo-editing features, a 5000mAh battery and security tools like Knox Vault.
“Galaxy A25 5G and Galaxy A15 5G take the stellar legacy of Galaxy A series forward with a superior camera and a host of awesome photo-editing features for users to capture and edit on-the-go and produce professional level creations,” said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India.
Galaxy A15 5G, powered by MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor, is the successor of Galaxy A14 5G, India’s no.1 selling 5G smartphone, according to Counterpoint Research.
Galaxy A15 5G sports a glastic back panel with haze finish, while Galaxy A25 5G’s glossy prism pattern back panel.
The device offers 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display, enhanced with Vision Booster, creates smooth, bright and vivid viewing experiences with 90Hz refresh rate and a low blue light display for eye comfort.
Galaxy A15 5G sports a 50MP triple camera setup with VDIS to reduce blur or distortion in videos from unsteady or shaky movements.
Galaxy A25 5G features a 50MP (OIS) triple camera setup to shoot high-resolution and shake-free photos and videos, eliminating blurred images caused by hand tremors or accidental shakes. The device has a 13MP front camera for crisp and clear selfies.
Both Galaxy A15 5G and A25 5G get the all-new Samsung Wallet, which lets consumers enjoy a seamless experience to store IDs and redefine payments convenience, said the company.