Samsung Galaxy A15 5G Geekbench Listing Hints at Dimensity 6100+ Processor

Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy A15 line in the early quarter of 2024, with two basic variants, 4G & 5G. Recently, on November 10th,  Galaxy A15 5G (SM-A156B) was spotted on Geekbench CPU Test. However, the result was quite shocking!

If you remember, the A15 4G (SM-A155F) variant was spotted on Geekbench Test last month. And if we compare both versions, its 4G variant outperformed the 5G in terms of Single-core and multicore performance. However, it will be too early to predict based on the first test. A lot is yet to be tested!

Geekbench test A155g 4g compared
Credit: Geekbench

Both can be seen performing on a 4 GB memory setup. Moreover, the test was conducted on an Android 14-based, most likely One UI 6 firmware. Also, it is quite unnoticeable that the processor used is an octa-core processor with 2X2.2 GHz Clock speed and 6X2.0 GHz Clock speed. Both variants seem to be powered by the MediaTek chipset. The Galaxy A15 5G uses the Dimensity 6000+ chipset, whereas the Galaxy A15 4G employs the Helio G99 chipset. Samsung has launched its previous series with MediaTek Dimensity 700.

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Credit: Geekbench

Recently, Galaxy A15 5G spec leak took the internet to like a storm. Compared to its predecessor, version A15 5G will likely get a huge update. As per the leak, the latest phone will likely get a 90Hz refresh rate and OLED display at an affordable price of 250 Euro or $149.

Apart from that, A15 will likely have 25W fast charging options this time. This will not be a surprise as the Galaxy A25 5G variant was recently confirmed to have a 25W fast charging option. The remaining specs are probably similar to the A14 lineup, like a triple camera setup, battery with 5000mAh power, etc.

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