Samsung Galaxy A15 5G specs and price leak ahead of launch

We expect the Galaxy A15 5G to launch in early 2024. The current A14 5G model has a 90Hz LCD panel, and it’s the most underwhelming component of the phone, apart from the chipset. Thankfully, the Galaxy A15 5G is getting an upgrade to an OLED display, according to The Elec. According to some renders, the phone retains the 3.5mm headphone jack.

It’s good that Samsung is adding OLED displays even to budget models. They have done this once in 2020, but they reverted to LCD panels, presumably for cost reasons. The Galaxy A23 from last year had an LCD panel, but its successor, the A24, has an OLED panel. The price of rigid OLED panels is now much cheaper, and it’s viable to use them on budget smartphone models.

The side bezels are much slimmer than the Galaxy A14. It also has an “Infinity U” display, which is a fancy way to say that the phone has a U-shaped notch that houses the front camera.

OLED displays have better contrast for multimedia consumption and also higher vibrancy. The entire phone’s design is flat. There’s a side-mounted fingerprint scanner on the power button. There’s Samsung’s typical design language, with three individual camera rings at the top lift. The design resembles the much higher-end Galaxy S23.

New reports reveal the entire alleged spec sheet of the Galaxy A15 5G. Combining these two leaks, the Galaxy A15 5G might have a high-refresh-rate OLED panel. This leak says the display is a 6.5″ 1080P panel with a 90Hz refresh rate.

sheet of the Galaxy A15 5G

The report mentions a 50MP primary camera and a triple camera setup overall. This sensor supports 10X digital hybrid zoom. The front camera is 13MP, and the other two sensors are 5MP+ 2MP. For the Galaxy A14 5G, there was a 50MP main, a 2MP Macro, and a 2MP Depth sensor. It had two variants depending on the region. Some got the Exynos 1330 SOC, while others got the MediaTek Dimensity 700 SOC.

The A15 5G will apparently have a microSD slot that allows expansion of up to 1TB and up to 128GB of internal storage. The base model will probably start at 64GB of internal storage. You can get it in either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. The colors are probably black and blue, and we’re unsure whether it’ll launch with Android 13 or 14 out of the box.

Moving to the battery, it’ll apparently have a 5000mAh battery with 25W charging. Samsung is probably not using an Exynos chip for this model, and the leak expects all units to have the Dimensity 6100+ chipset. The rumors could also mean that only the 4G model with the Helio G99 SOC will get an OLED panel. The 5G model might stick to an LCD panel.

Coming to the price, it could cost $149 or 250 Euro. We don’t have many sources claiming the same, so we recommend taking this article with a pinch of salt until further information or confirmation from the brand.

Ankan is a tech enthusiast with a particular passion for Samsung gadgets. He has extensive hands-on experience testing out the latest Samsung smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other devices. At SamInsider, he provides reliable coverage of everything happening in the Samsung world. Email: (Follow on X/Twitter)

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