Today, Samsung Switzerland officially presented the Galaxy A15 and Galaxy A25 smartphones to the local audience, marking the latest phase in the European launch of this budget-friendly duo. The Galaxy A25 had previously made its debut in Germany and France.
Distinguishing the Galaxy A15 are two variants, distinguished solely by their chipsets and cellular connectivity. The LTE iteration boasts a Helio G99 chipset, while the 5G model is equipped with a Dimensity 6100+ chipset. Both versions share identical specifications, featuring a 6.5” Super AMOLED display, a 50 MP main camera, and a robust 5,000 mAh battery.
Available in Black, Blue, and Yellow, the non-5G variant is priced at CHF 179 (€190), whereas the 5G version is listed at CHF 209 (€225). These smartphones are now accessible for purchase in offline stores, and online availability is expected shortly.
The Galaxy A25 stands out with its superior performance, driven by the Exynos 1280 chipset. Despite similarities in display size, battery capacity, and the main back camera, the A25 comes with a slightly higher price tag.
In Switzerland, Samsung offers the Galaxy A25 at CHF 279, aligning closely with the German price of €300. However, the French market sees a higher price point at €320, despite identical memory and color options.