Along with the plans to launch the flagship Galaxy S24, Samsung also has many plans relating to low-cost and mid-range smartphones that are scheduled for release in 2024. The Galaxy A15 is among the affordable ones. Samsung intends to offer this model in two variants based on connectivity, one of which will support 5G technology. A few sets of specifications were recently made public when they appeared on a benchmarking platform. Now the Galaxy A15 has received FCC approval for the 4G/LTE variant. This point out a possible launch date is getting closer.
It is found that 25W fast charging support is a feature that will be added to the Galaxy A15 4G, as per the entry on the FCC certification website. Additionally, in addition to supporting NFC and MicroSD cards, the listing also reveals that the smartphone will feature dual SIM capabilities. The gadget also has connectivity features such as Wi-Fi 5 and NFC. Several sets of specifications and features of the gadget were revealed during other benchmark listings. The MediaTek Helio G99 chipset will be powering the Galaxy A15 LTE. Two Cortex-A76 performance CPU cores, clocked at 2.2 GHz, are present in the 6nm octa-core SoC. With MediaTek’s HyperEngine 2.0 Lite gaming innovations, the chipset is equipped with the Mali-G57 MC2 GPU.
Galaxy A15 expected specifications:
- Display: 90 Hz LCD display
- Processor: MediaTek Helio G99 chipset
- RAM: 4 GB
- Battery: 5,000 mAh with 25W fast charging
- OS: One UI 6.0 or One UI 6.0 Android 14
- Camera: 50 MP
The Galaxy A14 model had a 6.6-inch LCD screen with Full HD+ resolution, so we can expect a slight improvement there. The Galaxy A15 is expected to come out sometime around January or February 2024, as its predecessor was released in February of this year, a couple of months after appearing on the FCC listing.
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