Galaxy M15 5G Set to Deliver Affordable 5G Experience with Massive Battery

By Ehtesham Arif

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In the ever-evolving world of smartphones, Samsung continues to push boundaries with its latest offerings. Following the successful launch of the Galaxy A15 5G, the company is gearing up to introduce the Galaxy M15 5G, promising an affordable yet feature-packed 5G experience for users.

Battery Power

Recent leaks have shed light on the upcoming Galaxy M15 5G, hinting at an impressive feature set. Among the highlights is the revelation of the phone’s battery capacity. A listing on the Safety Korea website has unveiled a battery with a rated capacity of 5,880mAh (marketed as 6,000mAh), a significant upgrade from the 5,000mAh cell seen in its predecessor, the Galaxy A15 5G. Moreover, the device is expected to support 25W fast charging, ensuring users stay powered up throughout the day.


Drawing inspiration from its predecessors, the Galaxy M15 5G is poised to offer a slew of impressive specifications. With a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display boasting Full HD+ resolution and a smooth 90Hz refresh rate, users can expect immersive visuals and fluid navigation.

On the photography front, the phone is rumored to sport a versatile camera setup, including a 50MP primary sensor, 5MP ultrawide lens, and 2MP macro lens, along with a 13MP front-facing camera for stunning selfies.

Under the hood, the Galaxy M15 5G is likely to pack the MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor, paired with various RAM and storage configurations, offering ample space for storing photos, videos, and apps. Running on Android 14 out of the box, the device is expected to support a range of connectivity options, including 5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, and more.


Samsung’s Galaxy M series has garnered popularity for its affordability and performance, and the Galaxy M15 5G is set to follow suit. While specific details regarding its launch and availability are yet to be confirmed, the phone is anticipated to hit markets in India, neighboring countries, and select Latin American regions. With a pricing strategy aimed at undercutting its predecessor, the Galaxy A15 5G, Samsung aims to make 5G technology accessible to a wider audience.

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