There is information that Samsung will bring OLED screens to affordable phone models with the upcoming Galaxy A15.
Samsung has brought many features from their high-end devices to their lower-end devices over the past few years. First is the IP68 rating. Then came optical image stabilization (OIS) and four years of Android OS updates. Now, Samsung is turning its attention to bringing higher-quality display technology to some of its cheapest phones.
According to a report by THEELEC, Samsung is planning to bring OLED screens to the Galaxy A1x phone line next year. If this report is accurate, Samsung will launch the Galaxy A15 in early 2024 with an OLED screen. The product design was leaked a few weeks ago. It looks similar to other Samsung phones, with individual lenses.
Specifications of Galaxy A15 leaked.
This year, Samsung brought an OLED screen to the Galaxy A24. The product is equipped with a 6.5" Super AMOLED panel with Full HD + resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate. The Galaxy A15 may also have a similarly large OLED screen with Full HD+ resolution, after all, both the 4G and 5G versions of the Galaxy A14 have Full HD screens. In addition, the Galaxy A15 will have a fingerprint sensor embedded in the side key.
According to previous reports, the Galaxy A15 will have three rear cameras. The product will have two versions: 4G and 5G. While the 4G version has a MediaTek Helio G99 processor, the 5G version can be equipped with Exynos 1430 and has a battery capacity of 5000 mAh. It can also support 25W fast charging.