November 15, 2023 – Following the appearance of the 4G variant Galaxy A15 (model SM-A155F) on GeekBench, the 5G version Galaxy A15 (model SM-A156B) has also surfaced in the benchmark database, scoring 664 points in single-core performance and 1717 points in multi-core performance with the 6.2.0 version.
According to the benchmark database, the 5G variant of the Galaxy A15 is expected to feature the MediaTek Dimensity 6100 Plus SoC. The page indicates that this processor employs an 8-core design, including 2 performance cores clocked at 2.20GHz and 6 efficiency cores at 2.0GHz.
MediaTek unveiled the Dimensity 6100 Plus in July of this year, utilizing TSMC’s 6nm process and integrating a Mali G57 GPU. The benchmark page also reveals that the device will come with 4GB of RAM and run on the Android 14 operating system.
Earlier reports from @OnLeaks shared high-resolution renders of the Samsung Galaxy A15, revealing a design characterized by a front and back with a straightforward approach. In contrast to the curved corners of the Galaxy A14, the A15 boasts a more robust corner design.
On the right side of the Galaxy A15, there is a protruding section reminiscent of the Galaxy Xcover series, housing the power and volume buttons, with the power button incorporating a fingerprint sensor.
The device retains the 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom and features an Infinity-U waterdrop display on the front. On the back, there are three separate camera units accompanied by an LED flash.
The dimensions of the device are approximately 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm. When accounting for the protruding section on the right side, the width expands from 76.8 mm to 77.4 mm.