Samsung Galaxy A15 5G Silently Debuted in the US; Brings 5G Support at Affordable Price

Sohail Akhtar

In a quiet yet impactful move, Samsung has silently rolled out the Galaxy A15, and it achieves a significant mark by bringing 5G to the budget-friendly arena. Despite the lack of an official announcement, the phone’s 4G and 5G variants have quietly popped up in the US, offering users an affordable option alongside the pricey Galaxy S24 series.

As the title suggests, the Galaxy A15 is positioning itself as one of the most affordable 5G phones in the United States. Priced at a mere $200 (~PKR 56,000) at Best Buy, the handset is dropping jaws in the 5G community. T-Mobile is also onboard, selling the Galaxy A15 for $228 (~PKR 64,000). 

The Galaxy A15 is available in Black and Light Blue colorways. Users opting for the Best Buy package score a bonus $25 gift card and a one-month free Microsoft Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Other retailers and carriers will likely follow suit, offering valuable deals with the Galaxy A15.

While the Galaxy A15 5G is leaning toward the affordable segment, it is not skimping on specs. With a MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor and a generous 8GB of RAM, the Samsung new budget model carries storage options ranging from 128GB to 256GB (expandable via microSD). The setup ensures robust performance despite the A15’s budget-friendly status.

Camera enthusiasts will find Galaxy A15 5G's triple camera setup appealing, headlined by an impressive 50MP primary sensor. Accompanying this high-end sensor are a 5MP ultra-wide lens and a 2MP macro camera, promising versatile and crisp photography.

The visual experience is also commendable, courtesy of the Galaxy A15 5G's expansive 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display. Featuring Full HD+ resolution and a smooth 90Hz refresh rate, the newcomer gets a high-resolution 13MP selfie camera.

Additional highlights include a hefty 5,000 mAh battery with 25W charging and the out-of-the-box Android 14 + One UI 6. With Samsung discreetly unveiling the Galaxy A15 5G, it's evident that the tech giant is committed to democratizing 5G accessibility, making it available to a broader audience.


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