Samsung Galaxy A15, A15 5G: Helio G99 or Dimensity 6100+, triple cam, up to 256GB ROM, price starts at ₱9,990

The Samsung Galaxy A15 series is now live in PH, offering three rear cameras and affordable 5G performance.

Two more Samsung phones have landed, all powered by MediaTek chipsets. These are the Galaxy A15 and Galaxy A15 5G that also come with three rear cameras.

The Samsung Galaxy A15 smartphones are identical in so many ways. They have the same waterdrop notch, a single selfie camera, triple-rear camera setup, Android version, and even display type.

However, their major difference is the processor. The Galaxy A15 is powered by MediaTek helio G99 processor while the Galaxy A15 5G has the Dimensity 6100+. Their graphics rendering is handled by Mali-G57 though.

That said, the Galaxy A15 5G is more powerful because of its better processor and 5G capability; faster mobile internet and more gaming potential. If you don’t mind 4G/LTE, then the other Galaxy A15 should be good enough.

Here are other key specs shared by these two:

Tech SpecsGalaxy A15Galaxy A15 5G
Display6.5-inch Super AMOLED6.5-inch Super AMOLED
Memory4 GB to 8 GB4 GB to 8 GB
Storage128 GB to 256 GB128 GB to 256 GB
Front camera13 MP13 MP
Rear camera50 + 5 + 2 MP50 + 5 + 2 MP
Battery5000mAh + 25w charging5000mAh + 25w charging

So, how much do they cost? Two variants for each model are available in the Philippines.

  • Samsung Galaxy A15 4GB + 128GB at ₱9,990
  • Samsung Galaxy A15 8GB + 256GB at ₱13,990
  • Samsung Galaxy A15 5G 4GB + 128GB at ₱10,990
  • Samsung Galaxy A15 5G 8GB + 256GB at ₱14,990

You can choose between Blue Black and Light Blue for the Galaxy A15, while Blue Black and Blue for the Galaxy A15 5G.


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