Now that’s a unique look!
Have you noticed that Samsung’s phones tend to all look pretty much the same nowadays, whether they offer high-end, mid-range, or even low-end specifications? That obviously doesn’t apply to foldables, and surprise, surprise, it may not apply to this upcoming Galaxy A15 device either.
Of course, the world’s largest handset vendor has no intention to reinvent the wheel (i.e. the traditional rectangular slab) here, and in an important way, the A15 looks decidedly outdated in today’s super-high-quality leaked renders with a notch rather than a “modern” hole punch.
Interestingly, said screen cutout is actually different from the Galaxy A14’s V-shaped notch, resembling the letter “U” this time around, and far more intriguingly, the frame of the impending phone looks like nothing in Samsung’s Android portfolio right now.
Screen size, overall dimensions, and other specs to expect
You may find this hard to believe, but in spite of its more protruding frame lacking any sort of roundness to it, the Galaxy A15 is tipped to reduce its predecessor’s 9.1mm profile to 8.4mm. That’s clearly not a radical change, but a thinner phone is generally easier to hold and handle than a thicker one, especially when the overall height and width are also reduced.
That’s reportedly the case for the A15, which should be 160.2mm tall and 76.8mm wide with a display measuring around 6.4 inches in diagonal.
Unfortunately, everything else about the Galaxy A15 is currently under wraps, leaving us guessing whether the budget-friendly handset will come in both 4G LTE-only and 5G-enabled variants or just the latter, exactly how cheap it might be in key markets like the US, and what kind of internal upgrades it could bring to the table compared to its ultra-low-cost forerunners.
Source: Phone Arena