According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy S25 may lack physical buttons and may be carrier-exclusive.

According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy S25 may lack physical buttons and may be carrier-exclusive.

According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy S25 may lack physical buttons and may be carrier-exclusive.
Samsung Galaxy S25 series may also come with phones with regular power and volume buttons.

According to a report, the Samsung Galaxy S25 could be the South Korean company’s first smartphone without physical buttons. The button-less model, however, is said to be exclusive to a wireless carrier in the country. Several previous reports have hinted at the development of smartphones with no physical buttons. Vivo was the first company to unveil a smartphone with no ports or buttons, dubbed the Apex 2019 concept phone.

According to SamMobile, Samsung may remove all physical buttons from future flagship phones, including the power button and volume rocker. This change is expected to take place in a few years, with the Galaxy S23 series sporting these buttons. It was suggested that the rumored Samsung Galaxy S25 series could include a model without physical buttons. That particular model, however, may not be available to everyone.

According to the report, a Samsung Galaxy S25 series model with no physical buttons may be exclusive to KT Corporation, a South Korean wireless carrier. Other models may include the buttons found on modern smartphones.

According to the report, the KT-exclusive variant may also receive new software features to compensate for the lack of physical buttons.

This is not the first time a report about a smartphone lacking a physical button has surfaced on the internet. In fact, Vivo announced a concept smartphone a few years ago that has no buttons or ports. The concept phone, dubbed Vivo Apex 2019, was unveiled in January 2019 and featured no ports, physical buttons, or selfie camera. For quick actions, it relied on pressure and gestures. Touch Sense is a technology developed by Vivo that combines capacitive touch and pressure sensing.

The handset charged via magnetic pins on the back known as MagPort, which also supported data transfer.

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