In September, Samsung launched the Galaxy A42 5G smartphone in the European market. The phone powered by the Snapdragon 750G chipset is the brand’s most affordable 5G phone. Recent reports indicate that the title will soon replace the Galaxy A32 5G.
On the upcoming occasion, the popular promoter OnLeaks shared a CAD rendering of the Galaxy A32 5G to fully demonstrate its design.
The tipster revealed that the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will use a polycarbonate chassis. Most Samsung phones on the market have curved edges and protruding cameras. However, the Galaxy A32 has a different appeal because it has a flat rear and no camera housing.
The Galaxy A32’s vertically aligned triple camera protrudes from the plastic casing. The triple shooter is accompanied by an LED flash and an unknown sensor. The front of the Galaxy A32 is equipped with an approximately 6.5-inch screen.
The selfie camera is located in the Infinity-V slot. The screen is surrounded by a thick frame and has a large chin.
The size of Galaxy A32 5G is approximately 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm, and the thickness of the rear camera area has increased by 1mm.
The phone is equipped with a side fingerprint scanner, 3.5mm audio jack, USB-C port and external speakers around the edge.
The leak has no information about other specifications of the Galaxy A32 5G. Rumor has it that the camera module may be equipped with a 48-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
Although Samsung does not have much hope for the arrival of the Galaxy A32, its release date does not seem to be far away.