Samsung Galaxy S25, S25+ Expected to Feature Familiar ISOCELL GN3 Camera Sensor

Online leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S25 series smartphones surfaced long before the scheduled appearance of the next Galaxy S24 series smartphones. There are also strong rumors that the next generation of Galaxy S25 smartphones will see major redesigns. Recently, Revegnus (@Tech Reve), a trustworthy tipster on X, revealed the statement that Samsung may forgo using the GN3 sensor in favor of the standard S25 and S25+ smartphones.

The leaker went on to say that Samsung wants to use a Sony sensor in the devices. But according to a recent leak, Samsung has apparently abandoned its intentions to do away with the GN3 sensor. Furthermore, the leak reveals that the S24 and S24+ will utilize the ISOCELL GN3 image sensor. Though they seem to be backing off from their earlier projection, Revegnus stated that the S25 will not employ the GN3. As of now, the back cameras of the Galaxy S23, S23+, and Galaxy Z Fold 4 support the GN3 sensor. The latest leak has taken aback customers who anticipated better image quality with the Samsung Galaxy S25 and Galaxy S25+ smartphones.

There were speculations earlier that Samsung had hired a Mercedes-Benz designer to undertake a major redesign for the Galaxy S25 series of smartphones. For the previous three years, Samsung has continued to use the same design for its flagship smartphones. There are also rumors that the new 200MP Samsung sensor will be included on the next Galaxy S25 Ultra. Rumors suggest that the new Galaxy S25 series smartphones from the South Korean behemoth will feature M15-based AMOLED screens.