Samsung Galaxy A15 4G Specs Review - Is this worth it?

The Samsung Galaxy A15 4G is a low end device from Samsung. In this specs review, we're going to discuss the specs of this device to see if you should be targeting this one for your next phone.

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The Samsung Galaxy A15 4G is a budget smartphone from South Korean Giants, Samsung. This phone is the successor to last year's Samsung Galaxy A14 4G. In this article, we're going to be doing a specs review of the Samsung Galaxy A15 4G and see if it is a phone that you should keep an eye out for.

The Samsung brand is well known worldwide and has a great pull for consumers because it signifies quality. A lot of people want to be associated with the Samsung brand. This has made Samsung phones to be guaranteed sellers in any market that they've dipped their toes in.

The Samsung Galaxy A15 4G is one of their latest releases and a lot of people are keen to know if this phone is a going to be a good purchase or not. If you're one of such people, you've come to the right place. Let's get started.

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Samsung Galaxy A15 Specs

The key specifications of the Galaxy A15 4G are:

Plastic frame and back, rounded edges, 200g
MediaTek Helio G99
ARM Mali G57 MC2
Android 14, One UI 6
AnTuTu 10: 375314
LPDDR4X (4/6/8GB)
UFS 2.1 (128GB/256GB)
6.5” 1080p Super AMOLED, 90Hz, 800 nits
Camera (Rear)
50MP (main), 5MP (ultrawide) and 2MP (depth).1080p@30fps video.
5,000mAh, 25W fast charge
4G, WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.3, USB-C (2.0) port, 3.5mm audio in/out, side-mounted Fingerprint reader

Performance and Gaming

The Galaxy A15 comes equipped with the MediaTek Helio G99 which was on last year's Samsung Galaxy A24 4G. What this means is that the Galaxy 10 series are getting a huge performance bump. This is especially significant when you consider that last year's Galaxy A14 4G used the MediaTek Helio G80.

As a result, the Galaxy A15 4G is a budget phone with the performance of a lower mid-ranger. This means that that it will tackle games like PUBG Mobile, CoD Mobile, Free fire, eFootball mobile, Genshin Impact etc. with relative ease at mid settings. For more demanding titles like Grid Auto Sports, Warzone Mobile, Fortnite etc. the Helio G99 usually handles them at low settings or just falls short. In addition to native Android titles, this SoC can handle up to PlayStation 2 games as well as 2D games emulation for the Nintendo Switch. Just don't expect to play anything serious like Breath of The Wild on that Mali G57 MC2.

Moving on from gaming, native Android apps work very well on this device and general use is smooth and breezy. Stuttering and lagging on this phone should be rare, except you're the kind of user who would fill up the storage till there's no space left. If you're not, then you're all set.

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The Galaxy A15 4G ships with One UI 6 running on Android 14. Whilst the Galaxy A15 may not have Samsung Dex, it is the first device in the Galaxy 10 4G series to run the full 64-bit version of Android. To sweeten the deal, this device will get 4 full Android OS updates and an extra year of security updates.

RAM and Storage

This device uses LPPDR4X RAM for multitasking. You can choose between different variants having 4GB, 6GB or 8GB of RAM. You're only ever really going to need 6GB of you're a normie. Gamers on the other hand, may need to go for the 8GB RAM variant as the extra 2GB would help their CPUs with gaming.

For storage, there's UFS 2.1 SSD in two variants (128GB and 256GB). The one with the higher storage space should be ideal but it will cost more.

Camera and Video

The Galaxy A15 4G has 4 cameras. At rear, there is a triple camera setup with a 50MP Samsung Galaxy JN1 main camera, a 5MP ultrawide camera and 2MP depth sensor. The 5MP ultrawide and the 2MP depth sensor aren't much to write home about but the 50MP main camera would deliver some great snaps in adequate lighting. The main camera can also record and playback 1080 (Full HD) at 30fps.

In front, there's a 13MP selfie that does decently in decent lighting but would struggle in poor lighting conditions. There's also no front facing flash as well. Frankly this is not a problem as most phones have since lost their front facing flash lights over three years ago and I'll be glad if they do not return.


The display on the Galaxy A15 4G is a 6.5 inch 1080p Super AMOLED display. It supports a 90Hz refresh rate with 800 nits of brightness. The display is bright and vibrant with punchy colours. The viewing experience is also very good for a budget device.


As it is to be expected for a budget class device, it supports 4G networks and lacks support for 5G. It also supports WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.3, USB-C (2.0) port and a 3.5mm audio jack (in/out). For security, it has a side-mounted Fingerprint reader.

Battery and Charging

The Galaxy A15 4G has a 5,000mAh battery with an upgraded 25W fast charge (up from 15W from the Galaxy A14 4G).

Author's Score card

Samsung Galaxy A14 4G

Our review of Samsung Galaxy A14 4G

5 / 10Review score


The Samsung Galaxy A15 4G is a very decent budget class offering with decent lower mid-range performance, good RAM, storage, battery and fast charge. It would serve as a great budget option for anyone dealing with tight purse strings. The only thing to note is that Samsung phones as a little pricey.


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