Design renders of the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G have appeared online. According to 91mobiles, upcoming F-series handsets’ design renders, colour options, and key specifications have been revealed. Samsung Galaxy F15 5G renders show black, purple, and mint color options.

According to the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G design renders, there is a vertically stacked triple-rear camera setup and an LED flash at the back of the phone. In addition, a 6000mAh battery is expected to power the handset.

Samsung India’s support page for the Galaxy F15 5G has gone live, suggesting an imminent launch – though no exact date has been confirmed. It recently received Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification for the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G model SM-E156B/DS.

Similar to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy F15 will feature a water-drop notch display. 91mobiles reports that Samsung will upgrade the display on the device, but doesn’t provide any details. Samsung will likely use either a 120Hz display or an AMOLED display for its upcoming F-series handset.

It is also likely that Samsung will continue to use a battery unit with a 6000mAh capacity. Thus, we won’t see any battery capacity upgrade since the older Samsung Galaxy F14 5G offers a 6000mAh battery as well.

Galaxy F15 5G spotted on Geekbench:

We have spotted the upcoming F-series smartphone on the Geekbench 6.2 benchmark database. Geekbench 6 shows Samsung Galaxy F15 5G with model number SM-E156B. According to Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy F15 has an octa-core processor with two performance cores at 2.20GHz. The remaining six cores will be efficiency cores at 2.0GHz. It also shows that the phone has an integrated Mali G57 GPU. This suggests that it’ll have a MediaTek Dimensity 6100+.

In the single-core benchmark test, the Samsung Galaxy F15 scored 690 points. It scored 1752 points in the multi-core round. The Samsung Galaxy F15 appeared in the benchmark database with 4GB of RAM. Additionally, Android 14 will be pre-loaded on the handset, according to the listing. On top of it, we expect the company to ship OneUI.