Samsung Galaxy A15 is a Fusion of Modern and Legacy Design; Renders Leaked

Sohail Akhtar

According to the pulsating tech rave on the internet, Samsung is cooking up a successor for the Galaxy A14, tentatively titled the Samsung Galaxy A15. Thanks to the ace tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (better known as Onleaks), we've snagged crisp renders of this upcoming gadget.

The Galaxy A15's design evokes a sense of nostalgia, harking back to the silhouette of earlier Galaxy S lineups. Sporting a squared-off look, the Galaxy A15 doesn't shy away from edges, typical of what you would expect from modern-day handsets.  

Its right-hand profile plays host to power and volume toggles, with the power button donning the dual role of a fingerprint sensor. Unique to the A15, a noticeable bump on the same edge might have onlookers scratching their heads in curiosity. But that’s for the company to break down.

Flip to the front, and you will find what Samsung fans dub the "Infinity-U display." Stretching 6.4 inches diagonally, the screen on the Samsung latest budget mobile brings home a slightly more pronounced chin than its peers. The base has the beloved 3.5mm headphone jack, a modern USB-C port, and a speaker grille. Dimension-wise, the A15’s chassis measures 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm. 

That curious frame bump? It nudges the width to 77.4 mm. The triple camera setup persists on the back with a similar stacked configuration. The screen bezels on Galaxy A15 now look slimmer, and the notch is slightly less intrusive. Early renders rarely portray the end product accurately, so take these images with a hint of salt. 

The heart and soul of the Galaxy A15 — its core specs — are still out of the reach of the grapevine. But rest assured, the digital rumor mill seldom rests, and we're poised for more juicy details any day now. So stay tuned.


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