Samsung Galaxy A32 5G has been reportedly in the works for a while now. Last month, the case renders of the phone had appeared to reveal its design. Reputed tipster OnLeaks has now shared Samsung Galaxy A32 5G renders to showcase its unique design.
A few months ago, Samsung announced the Snapdragon 750G powered Galaxy A42 5G phone in Europe. It is currently available as the cheapest 5G phone from the brand. The Galaxy A32 5G moniker suggests that it will be positioned lower than the Galaxy A42 5G. Hence, it is likely that it will be arriving as Samsung’s most affordable 5G phone.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G renders and design
The Galaxy A32 5G has a flat rear shell, which is made out of plastic. As can be seen in the renders, it does not have a protruding camera module for the vertically-stacked triple cameras, which are placed individually on the back panel. There is an LED flash unit and unknown sensor placed alongside that the triple camera unit.
There is nothing significant about the front panel of the Galaxy A32 5G, since it features a big display with an Infinity-V notch design. Its right edge has a volume rocker and a power button embedded with a fingerprint sensor. Its bottom edge is populated with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, and a loudspeaker grill.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G specifications and features
According to the tipster, the Galaxy A32 5G has dimensions of 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm. The thickness of the device increases to 10.1mm at the camera bump. It is likely to sport a 6.5-inch display with Full HD+ resolution support.
Previous reports have claimed that the quad-camera setup of the Galaxy A32 5G will have a 48-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The phone is also expected to house a 5,000mAh battery. Other details like chipset, RAM, and storage details are currently under wraps.
Samsung is yet to confirm the existence of the Galaxy A32 5G. The handset may go official in the next few months.