Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
In Addition to Samsung Galaxy S21 Series, Samsung will release Galaxy A31 successor Galaxy A32 5G. As the naming suggests, it will be a 5G phone in Samsung’s mid-range category. Hence, the release date and no Official words from the company, recently WinFuture fully exposed Samsung Galaxy A32 5G.
WinFuture has released several Samsung Galaxy A32 5G official renderings, which appears to feature a 6.5 inches LCD waterdrop screen, retains a 3.5mm headphone jack, and side-mounted fingerprint scanner. The device is said to be equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor, expected to feature 4GB of RAM + 64GB/128GB and support for 15W fast charging.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Official Renderings
Apart from the affordable 5G, another main highlight is the rear design and camera layout. This time rear Design is simplified and without large camera housing, which looks eye-catching. Previously rear camera and flash were surrounded by a large black frame, which is now completely removed and the back has only a cut-off that needs for sensor and flash. This design previously we have seen on the LG Velvet series. For the camera module, it will include a 48-megapixel main camera coupled with ultra-wide-angle, macro, and portrait lens.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is expected to be Samsung’s cheapest 5G device to date. Samsung has already released affordable 5G-enabled phones, including the Galaxy A42 5G, and it looks like the company will stick to that plan in 2021. It’s not clear what the battery size and price of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will be, including when it will be released, but it’s estimated to be soon.