Samsung Galaxy A15 and A25 arrive in Switzerland
Samsung Switzerland introduced today the Galaxy A15 and Galaxy A25 smartphones to the local audience. This is the next step of the rollout of the affordable duo in Europe, with the Galaxy A25 previously hitting Germany and France.
The Galaxy A15 has two versions that are different only in their chipset and cellular connectivity. The LTE version is powered by a Helio G99, while the 5G model has a Dimensity 6100+ chipset. The rest of the specs are identical - a 6.5” Super AMOLED, 50 MP main camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery.
Samsung is selling the phone in all three colors - Black, Blue, and Yellow. The non-5G is priced at CHF 179 (€190), while the 5G variant is CHF 209 (€225). They are already available for purchase at offline stores and should soon appear online as well.
The Galaxy A25 is more powerful than the other two primarily because of the Exynos 1280 chipset. The rest of the key features remain the same, including the display size, battery capacity and the main camera on the back.
Samsung is offering the A25 for CHF 279 in Switzerland, which is pretty much the same as the price in Germany - €300. However, the phone is more expensive in France - €320, despite having the same memory and color options.
Samsung Galaxy A25
- 16 Jan 2024
Waiting for the launch of the A25 in Brazil. It is regrettable that Samsung sent the A15 4G for approval by the regulatory agency but not the A15 5G in Brazil, given that the A15 4G is basically the same A24, and must compete in price with it. Not ...
- 14 Jan 2024
Yeah, Samsung phones being made in vietnam by vietnamese paid barely minimum wage is much better
- 14 Jan 2024
You sure you know what you talking about? Bcos my 2 years old 11T is laughing when you say updates make it slower