Samsung is working on its upcoming mid-range smartphone the Samsung Galaxy A15, which is now surfaced in the first set of renders by leakster @OnLeaks. These images showcase a flat frame design for the phone, which is a departure from the curved sides seen on previous A series and S series phones. This suggests that Samsung might be considering a similar design approach for its 2024 Galaxy smartphones.
Additionally, the renders reveal changes in the phone's button and fingerprint scanner placement, with these elements now located on the right side, possibly indicating a new design direction for the 2024 models. However, the phone still retains its triple rear camera setup, and the camera bump remains prominent.
The display features an Infinity U notch, retains the 3.5mm audio jack, and appears to have slightly slimmer side bezels compared to the Galaxy A14. While specific specifications have yet to be disclosed, it is rumored that the phone will come with a 6.4-inch screen, slightly smaller than the 6.6-inch display of the A14.
In terms of dimensions, the phone is reported to measure 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm. Considering the frame's bump, the width is expected to be 77.4 mm, according to the report. More details about the Samsung Galaxy A15 are anticipated to emerge in the coming months, as the phone is expected to be released in early 2024.