Samsung Galaxy F15 5G officially confirmed to launch in India on 4th March

Samsung Galaxy F15 5G was recently spotted on Geekbench database while the official poster for this upcoming device also leaked online hinting at it’s imminent launch. Samsung India has today officially announced that Galaxy F15 5G will launch in India on 4th March, 2024 at 12 noon.

The micro site for the device has also been made live in Flipkart that reveals some key details about this upcoming device. Let’s take a look.

Samsung Galaxy F15 5G: Specifications (revealed)

As per the microsite, the smartphone will be backed by 6000 mAh battery that lasts up to 2 days. Users can enjoy up to 128 hours of music playback, up to 25 hours of video playback and up to 55 hours of voice calls. The device will be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor. It will feature sAMOLED display.

The company has also promised to offer 4 Gen Android upgrades and 5 years security update. It will also be equipped with Noise Cancellation feature. The device will be arriving in Green and Purple color variants. On the rear side it features three vertically aligned camera sensors and a LED flash while on the front it features a waterdrop notch for selfie camera.




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