Samsung Galaxy F15 5G Officially Announced – Arrives on March 4


Samsung Galaxy F15 5G launch

Just recently, we had a comprehensive report on the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G. It hinted that Samsung would announce the device soon, and that’s basically what has happened. The company has officially announced it and set the launch date for March 4.

But it should be noted that Samsung only announced the Galaxy F15 5G for the Indian market. However, that’s not a surprise because the Galaxy F series is generally sold in India, Bangladesh, and China. As for the price, Samsung didn’t offer any concrete details on it. But the company hinted it will be anywhere from $120 to $180.

Some Core Specs of the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G Revealed

One of the biggest highlights of the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G is the battery. It packs a large-sized 6000 mAh cell, which basically means day-long use without any worries. More specifically, Samsung says that the phone can offer up to 128 hours of music playback and 25 hours of video playback.

Screen battery and support of F15 5G

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As for the Soc, Galaxy F15 packs MediaTek Dimensity 6100+. It’s a mid-range processor that can handle regular apps and light games with ease. The CPU also allows smooth multi-tasking, which makes this a good budget phone to stay productive on the go.

When it comes to the display, Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy F15 5G will feature an sAMOLED panel. Seeing this display type for this price range is interesting, as most of the phones within this range come with IPS panels. For those wondering, AMOLED screens offer richer colors, better brightness, and darker blacks.

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Samsung Galaxy F15 5G main highlights

Samsung has also confirmed that the Galaxy F15 5G will get four generations of Android upgrades. This means you are set to get major Android upgrades for about four years. In addition, the phone will get five years of security updates. These two make the phone a good pick for long-term use. You can expect to learn more about the device soon.

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