The new low-end handset will come with Android 14 and an ARM chip from MediaTek, clocked at 2Ghz with two clusters of 6 and 2 cores respectively.
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Samsung continues its strategy of offering affordable options in the smartphone market with the upcoming Galaxy A15, scheduled to launch in 2024. In this case, a 5G variant has been the focus of recent leaks, shedding light on some key specifications. In fact, we have quite a bit of information about the phone, such as its possible price, some key parts of its SoC, the camera, and much more.
Now we know that, although it was something that was anticipated, the Galaxy A15 5G will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ chipset, confirming previous speculations. This chip, also identified in the Helio G99 of other Samsung models like the Galaxy A24, stands out for its ability to support 5G connectivity. All of this comes from a recent Benchmark that has leaked on Geekbench.
This time, Samsung will opt for a different strategy than the Galaxy A14
It is interesting to note that Samsung has chosen to use the same chip for the LTE and 5G versions of the Galaxy A15, in contrast to its previous approach with the Galaxy A14. The latter featured different chips for both variants and, additionally, different chips depending on the market, totaling four different processors.
According to the benchmark information, the Galaxy A15 5G will feature 4 GB of RAM. While this marks a difference compared to the versions with up to 8 GB of RAM in the Galaxy A14 5G, it is plausible to expect options with higher capacity when the Galaxy A15 is officially launched. The confirmed operating system is Android 14, following the expected trend for Samsung releases in 2024.
While the Galaxy A15 is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2024, it should be noted that there is still no official confirmation, as the final decision could align with Samsung’s annual release cycle, which has been a tradition so far. Although these details provide an early glimpse, the wait will continue until the complete information is revealed.
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