Samsung Galaxy F15 5G Appears in Benchmark Listings

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Following the December release of the Galaxy A15 5G in India, tech enthusiasts have their eyes peeled for its potential sibling, the Galaxy F15 5G. Recent sightings on Geekbench and the Samsung India support page suggest an imminent launch. And leaked specifications offer a glimpse into what to expect.

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The Geekbench listing reveals a phone powered by the familiar MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor, clocked at 2.2GHz for its powerful cores. This aligns with the A15 5G, suggesting similar performance levels. However, the listing indicates 4GB of RAM, leaving room for speculation about higher memory configurations (6GB or even 8GB) at launch, possibly mirroring the A15 5G’s options.

While official details remain under wraps, leaks suggest features akin to the A15 5G. A vibrant 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with a smooth 90Hz refresh rate seems likely. Along with a versatile triple-camera system boasting a 50MP main sensor. Security is likely handled by a conveniently placed side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

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Visually, the F15 5G is rumored to embrace a more rounded design compared to its A-series counterpart. Black, Purple, and Mint color options add a touch of personality. A significant upgrade comes in the form of a larger 6000mAh battery, surpassing the A15 5G’s 5000mAh capacity. We expect fast charging capabilities to remain at 25W.

The F15 5G’s BIS certification and presence on Samsung India’s support page solidify the possibility of a close launch. While pricing remains unconfirmed, considering its posited specifications and budget-friendly F-series lineage, it’s likely to be a competitive offering in the entry-level 5G segment. Tech enthusiasts and budget-conscious buyers alike eagerly await the official unveiling to confirm details and pricing.

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