Ivan 12 February 2024
Samsung Android Featured In for review
This is the Samsung Galaxy A15 5G, our newest arrival at the office. Like other recent Samsung Galaxy phones, it ships with nothing more than a USB cable.
We just published our Galaxy A15 (the 4G version) and had the chance to snap both phones side-by-side. Physically, the pair looks identical from the front but different from the back.
The back panel on the 5G model is matte, whereas the 4G model’ is glossy. The two are also different shades of blue.
Samsung Galaxy A15 4G on the left, Galaxy A15 5G on the right
The major difference between the two is the chipset. The Galaxy A15 5G has a 6nm MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ with a 5G modem, while the Galaxy A15 has a 6nm MediaTek Helio G99.
Both phones share the same 6.5-inch 1080x2340px 90Hz Super AMOLED, the same triple camera (50MP + 5MP ultrawide + 2MP macro), and the same 5,000mAh batteries with 25W charging support.
Our review is coming shortly – stay tuned!
Since Dimensity 6100+ is Helio G99 with 5G modem, they should perform the same. Everything else IS the same. So, if you really don't need 5G connection, A15 4G is a better choice. And a cheaper one.
Wouldn't call it gorgeous-level, though.
i guess the navy blue is pretty cool tbh
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