The next to arrive is probably the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G which, after being leaked a few days ago by a case creator, we can now see it in professional-looking renderings signed by OnLeaks. After the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G , it is foreseeable that 5G connectivity will continue to spread through the A series, reaching increasingly cheaper terminals.
We have some new renders in theory based on CAD files and that give us a good idea of what the supposed this phone would look like, with a renewed design and something different from the rest of Galaxy A that we have known to date.
This would be the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
We didn’t know much about this Samsung Galaxy A32 until now, more than being able to guess its existence after the company announced the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G in September. This Galaxy A42 5G was advertised as Samsung’s cheapest 5G mobile, and the logical thing would be that at some point the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G would take over as the cheapest in the house with this connectivity.
The renders give us a good idea of what to expect from the successor to the Samsung Galaxy A31 , although not too many specs. According to OnLeaks, its dimensions would be 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1 mm, closer to those of the Galaxy A42 than the Galaxy A31, and with a 6.5-inch screen whose characteristics are unknown, but which it would have a V-shaped notch at the top.
The peculiarity of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is located at the rear, where the terminal has a design that until now had not seen on a Samsung Galaxy A. There is no module for the camera, instead each lens (four in total, and the flash) are integrated into the body in a similar way to the LG Velvet , although in two rows.
We do not have the specifications of the cameras, although by its appearance we would have a four-lens camera , perhaps with a 48 megapixel main sensor, according to previous rumors.
Other details that we can see in the images is the headphone jack, at the bottom, as well as the USB-C connector and the fingerprint reader located on the side, sometimes a good way to predict that the screen would not be AMOLED, but LCD, although nothing is confirmed at the moment.