Igeekphone news on November 15, after the 4G version of Galaxy A15 (model SM-A155F) appeared in GeekBench, the 5G version of Galaxy A15 (model SM-A156B) also appeared in the running sub-library, and the single-core score of 6.2.0 version was 664 points. Multi-core score of 1717.
According to the mobile phone, the 5G version of Galaxy A15 is expected to use the Mediatek Tianguet 6100 Plus SoC. The run-time library page shows that the processor uses a 2+6 octa-core design, including two 2.20GHz performance cores and six 2.0GHz efficiency cores.
Mediatek released the Tianguet 6100 Plus in July this year, which uses TSMC’s 6nm process and integrates a Mali G57 GPU. The running TAB also shows that the machine has 4GB of RAM and runs Android 14.
Igeekphone previously reported that the news source @OnLeaks shared a high-definition rendering of the Samsung Galaxy A15 mobile phone, which uses a straight face design before and after the appearance, and the Galaxy A14 corner arc is different, and the A15 corner is more “tough”.
The Galaxy A15 will have a bulge on the right side, somewhat similar to a Galaxy Xcover device, with a power button and a volume button inside, and a fingerprint sensor on the power button.
The machine retains a 3.5mm headphone port at the bottom, and adopts Infinity-U water drop screen on the front; There are three separate camera units on the back, with an LED flash on the side.
The device measures approximately 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm, and the width expands from 76.8 mm to 77.4 mm if the right side bezel bulge is counted.