Samsung launches attractive looking smartphones in the market with its own design language. This year the South Korean company has decided to offer the signature Galaxy design on all devices including flagship, mid-range and budget. Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S23 series of handsets last February. The next generation devices are still several months away from hitting the market. But already, a concept render of the 2025 Samsung Galaxy S25 Ultra has surfaced, showing the phone with a 150x zoom camera and a secondary screen. Let’s see what the future Galaxy phone might look like.
Concept renders of Samsung Galaxy S25 Ultra leaked
A YouTube channel called Technizo Concept has shared a concept video of the Samsung Galaxy S25 Ultra, which shows the phone with a 150x zoom camera and a secondary screen similar to the Xiaomi 11 Ultra. It’s hard to believe that Samsung’s flagships have such a small rear display, but its inclusion in the concept undoubtedly elevates the phone to a different level.
Besides, the overall form factor of the Samsung Galaxy S25 Ultra will remain the same as the current generation Galaxy S23 Ultra. It will feature a thick middle frame and slightly curved edges on the screen. However, its camera layout will see a radical upgrade, which may include a new sensor with greater zoom range.
Notably, the concept video showed a smaller screen, next to the camera setup, which supports the idea of making the rear panel more useful. However, the secondary display may be omitted if the South Korean tech company plans to maintain a durable and long-lasting exterior. Samsung is currently gearing up to launch its Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 foldable phones, which are expected to launch by the end of July this year. After these foldables, the company will unveil the Galaxy S24 series early next year and then it will take a full year for the S25 Ultra to launch.