At this point in time, basically, all the Samsung devices have kind of similar design with the independent camera cutout for every lens positioned vertically. Whether it be their flagship Galaxy S23+ or the budget Galaxy A-series smartphone, they both look identical from the rear. Giving a similar or to say signature design to every smartphone in the S23 series makes sense, but giving the same design and look even to the cheapest of their smartphone doesn’t make any sense and we seriously don’t know what Samsung is doing right now.
It is evident that Samsung’s design department for smartphones lacks adequate support in terms of research and development. Consequently, it is not surprising that upcoming Samsung smartphones tend to have predictable designs. The same can be expected for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A15.
Samsung Galaxy A15 renders; nothing new!
The renders of the Samsung Galaxy A15 have now leaked on the internet, but it brings no surprise to us as the gadget brings the same “classic” or overused design language of Samsung. It looks exactly like what their recently released mid-range smartphone or the leaked Galaxy S23 FE looks. Either way, we have attached the rendered image below just for the sake of reference.
As of now, the only information available for the phone is its measurements of 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm and the inclusion of a 3.5 mm headphone port. Evan Blass, a well-known tipster who goes by the username @evleaks, owns the credit of this render, but no further details have been released at this time.
The rest is obvious from the previously leaked images: there’s a USB-C port on the bottom, a flat-ish frame, and the right side, which houses the power and volume controls, protrudes outwards for some reason. If we get to know anything else about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A15, we will update you as soon as possible. Stay tuned!