Samsung Galaxy A15 Test-run on the Geekbench with MediaTek Chipset

Sohail Akhtar

The Samsung Galaxy A15 might be one of the more budget-friendly smartphones in 2024. It plans to offer choices between LTE and 5G connectivity. While minimal details for the Galaxy A15 have emerged in recent leaks, a benchmark entry for the 5G variant has introduced new insights and corrected previous speculations.

The Geekbench entry reveals the A15 5G with the power-packed MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ chipset, confirming previous rumors. The chip has a similar configuration to the Helio G99, with the added benefit of 5G connectivity. The MALI-G57 GPU is another common feature in both sibling chipsets.

Interestingly, the Samsung Galaxy A15 plans to utilize the same chipset for its LTE and 5G variants. It is a departure from the Galaxy A14 since it used different silicons in its LTE and 5G iterations, resulting in four individual processors in total for that series.

According to the benchmark data, the Galaxy A15 5G will have 4GB of RAM in the starter variant. Given that the Galaxy A14 5G is available with up to 8GB of RAM, we can expect similar options for the Galaxy A15 when it officially launches. The benchmark also confirms that the Samsung's budget 5G model will run Android 14, a standard expectation for Samsung's 2024 smartphone lineup.

If Samsung adheres to its traditional annual cycle, we can anticipate the launch of the Galaxy A15 in the first quarter of 2024. However, as with any plan, flexibility remains a consideration. With 2023 bowing out in two months, we should hear an official announcement from the company soon to clear the remaining suspicions.


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