At the beginning of December, popular tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer shared the CAD renders of the upcoming Galaxy A32 5G. Yesterday, Winfuture.de published a report to leak the official renders of the smartphone. The leak reveals that the Galaxy A32 5G will be indeed sporting a refreshed design as it was revealed through its CAD renders.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G renders
Instead of using a large-sized dark frame for the quad-camera setup and LED flash like other brands, Samsung has placed the cameras and flash unit individually on the polycarbonate surface on the Galaxy A32 5G. The design seems to be inspired by the LG Velvet smartphone.
At the front, the Galaxy A32 5G features a teardrop notch enabled LCD panel of 6.5 inches. The chin of the device is fairly thick, and it has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The appearance of the Galaxy A32 5G at Geekbench last month had revealed that it could be powered by the Dimensity 720. However, since the Dimensity 800U chip is misread by Geekbench as the Dimensity 720, there is a possibility that the A32 5G could be equipped with a D800U chip. It will come loaded with Android 11 OS.
It could be available with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB / 128 GB of internal storage. The rear-facing camera setup may include a 48-megapixel main camera, an ultrawide lens, a macros shooter, and a depth helper. Other rumored features of the phone include support for a 5,000mAh battery, NFC, and 15W charging.
Rumors are rife that the device will be arriving as the cheapest 5G phone from the brand. Apart from A32 5G, the South Korean company is also expected to soon other A-series phones like Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A72 5G soon. In some markets, the company is expected to sell 4G variants of the Galaxy A32, A52, and A72.
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