The Galaxy A15 will be among Samsung's more affordable smartphones in 2024, whether it's an LTE phone consumers want or one with 5G connectivity. Some details of the Galaxy A15 have made their way online in recent months, but a benchmark entry for the 5G variant suggests that not all leaked information may be accurate.
The benchmark reveals that the Galaxy A15 5G will have a MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ chipset under the hood, as previously rumored. The Dimensity 6100+ is the same chip as the Helio G99 (which is used in Samsung phones like the Galaxy A24) but adds a 5G modem for faster cellular connectivity.
Samsung is essentially using the same chip for both the LTE and 5G Galaxy A15 models. The Galaxy A14 was equipped with different chips for the LTE and 5G variants, and the LTE and 5G variants also came with two different chips depending on the market, making for a total of four processors.
The Galaxy A15 5G benchmark lists the device with 4GB of RAM. The Galaxy A14 5G is available with up to 8GB of RAM, so we can expect the same for the Galaxy A15 when it launches next year. The benchmark confirms Android 14 as well, but that is already expected for every Samsung phone that will launch in 2024.
The Galaxy A15 should launch in the first quarter of 2024 if Samsung decides to stick to its traditional yearly cycle, but nothing is written in stone just yet.