Samsung Galaxy F55 Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points

Shruti Dhapola

The F55 focuses on design, featuring a vegan leather back. Samsung boldly offers an Apricot Crush colour, which is a fancy term for orange, with saddle stitch patterns. Overall, the phone looks premium.


The phone has a 6.67-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate which offers vivid colours, making Netflix and other content enjoyable to watch.


The Galaxy F55 is powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset and comes with up to 12GB RAM options. It can easily handle less resource-intensive games like Alto’s Adventure without lags or stutters.


The phone runs Samsung’s OneUI 6.1 with Android 14. Samsung is promising four years of Android upgrades and five years of security updates, which is commendable.


Samsung is packing a triple camera at the back with a 50MP primary camera. The rear camera delivers acceptable photos with enough details in well-lit scenarios. 


The Galaxy F55 may have a slim profile, but it doesn’t compromise battery life. With a 5000 mAh battery, it lasted an impressive 11 hours and 4 minutes in our PC Mark testing.


The Galaxy F55 offers a stylish design and durability, stable performance, and long battery life. The vegan leather adds a unique look to the phone, making it stand out in the segment. 


- Good display - Stylish design - IP67 rating - Good primary camera performance - Reliable battery life - Long software updates

What is Good?

- Bloatware apps - Struggles with heavy games - Average selfie camera - No charger in the box

What is Bad?

- OnePlus Nord CE 4 - Realme 12 Pro+ - Poco X6 Pro - Nothing Phone 2a