Galaxy A32 5G


In early December, popular tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer shared a CAD rendering of the upcoming Galaxy A32 5G. Yesterday, released a report that leaked official renderings of smartphones. The leak shows that the Galaxy A32 5G will indeed show an updated design through its CAD rendering.


Samsung did not use large-size dark frames to set up quad cameras and install LED flashes like other brands, but placed the camera and flash on the polycarbonate surface of the Galaxy A32 5G.

The design seems to be inspired by LG Velvet smartphones. On the front, the Galaxy A32 5G has a 6.5-inch LCD panel enabled by a teardrop notch. The device has a fairly thick chin and has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The appearance of the Galaxy A32 5G on Geekbench last month indicated that it could be powered by Dimensity 720. However, since the Dimensity 800U chip was mistaken for Dimensity 720 by Geekbench, it may be equipped with A32 5G and use the D800U chip. It will come with Android 11 OS.

It may have 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB/128 GB of internal storage space. The back camera setup may include a 48-megapixel main camera, an ultra-wide lens, macro shooting and depth assistant. Other rumored features of the phone include support for a 5,000mAh battery, NFC and 15W charging.

There are rumors that the device will become the brand’s cheapest 5G phone.

In addition to A32 5G, the South Korean company will soon launch other A series phones, such as Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A72 5G. The company is expected to sell 4G variants of the Galaxy A32, A52 and A72 in certain markets.