Samsung is about to launch another smartphone of its A-series, named Samsung Galaxy A32 5G. Recently, we’ve got a leaked report of the official renders of the Galaxy A32 5G, revealing its front and rear design, and guess what, this phone offers an impressive rear panel design. So, let’s get into the leaked renders of this upcoming device from Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G specifications (rumored)
As per the rear panel of the device, the first time we are seeing that there is no frame for the rear camera setup and the LED flash. Generally, in all smartphones from different manufacturers, for holding its rear camera setup and LED flash, always a large-sized frame is there. But not in the Galaxy A32 5G. In this phone, the quad-camera setup has placed individually on the polycarbonate surface along with its LED flash. This design looks quite similar to what we’ve seen in the LG Velvet, maybe Samsung got some inspiration from LG.
As of now, the sensors’ specifications are not confirmed yet. Although, the primary sensor could be of 48MP along with an ultra-wide, a macro, and a depth sensor. Coming to its front side, the Galaxy A32 5G features a 6.5-inch IPS LCD teardrop notch panel. The top and side bezels look a bit smaller whereas the chin looks fairly thick. This phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G appeared on the Geekbench website last month. The listing shows that this phone could be powered by the Dimensity 720 chipset (or it could be the Dimensity 800U chipset as well). However, this device will run on the Android 11 OS.
The SoC of this phone is expected to be paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. As per the battery, it is likely to be fueled up by a 5,000mAH battery with 15W of fast charging. Another good thing is that it will have support for NFC. As of now, the company has not revealed anything regarding the price f this upcoming product. But rumors are saying that this will arrive as the cheapest smartphone from the South-Korean brand.