Samsung enthusiasts, brace yourselves! Following the recent leak of Samsung Galaxy A05 images, which gave us a sneak peek at its design, another exciting revelation is here. Renderings of the upcoming Galaxy A15 have surfaced, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the smartphone's aesthetics.
Distinguishing itself in the camera department, the Samsung Galaxy A15 boasts a rear camera setup akin to its predecessors, the Galaxy A14 4G and Galaxy A14 5G. However, what sets it apart is the adoption of a 6.4-inch Infinity-U display, eschewing the V-shaped notch seen in the Galaxy A14 series.
Taking a closer look, the Galaxy A15 exhibits flat frames as opposed to the rounded edges found on the Galaxy A14, a departure that could impact the phone's ergonomics for certain users. Notably, the right-side frame protrudes, raising questions about whether this will become a recurring design motif in future Samsung devices.
Functionality meets form on the right side of the device, housing the volume rocker and a power button equipped with a fingerprint scanner. Meanwhile, on the left side, you'll find the SIM card slot. The bottom of the device plays host to a USB-C port, flanked by the primary microphone and speaker, alongside a beloved 3.5mm headphone jack. Up top, an additional microphone completes the hardware layout.
According to our sources, the Samsung Galaxy A15 dimensions measure 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm (with a 77.4mm width accounting for the protruding frame). While detailed specifications remain shrouded in mystery, stay tuned in the coming months for more insights into the Galaxy A15's capabilities. Samsung enthusiasts won't want to miss what's next!