Samsung is working on the Galaxy A32 5G, and it could be their cheapest 5G phone

Samsung is working on the Galaxy A32 5G, and it could be their cheapest 5G phone

Last month, Samsung launched the Galaxy A42 5G, an affordable 5G smartphone featuring a 6.6-inch Full HD+ display, Snapdragon 750G SoC, quad camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery. The phone went on sale across the UK and Europe earlier this month, and it happens to be the cheapest Samsung phone with 5G capabilities. It appears Samsung is planning to bring 5G to even lower price points.

According to GalaxyClub, Samsung is reportedly working on a new Galaxy A series smartphone, which could be the company’s cheapest 5G smartphone yet. The phone will reportedly be called the Galaxy A32 5G, will carry model number SM-A326, and will be part of Samsung’s 2021 Galaxy A-series lineup.


The report claims the Galaxy A32 5G will pack a triple camera system on the back comprised of a 48MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The phone is said to be powered by a 5,000 mAh battery, just like the Galaxy A42 5G. However, details about the processor, memory, display resolution, etc., remain unknown.

Separately, known leaker Sudhanshu has also revealed some more info about this upcoming smartphone.

Case renders shared by the leaker showcases some key characteristics of the Galaxy A32 5G’s design, including a vertically aligned triple camera setup, a waterdrop notch, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner that doubles as the power button. We also see cutouts for a 3.5mm jack, a USB Type C, speaker, and microphone at the bottom.

Keep in mind that the actual launch is still months away, and there’s always a chance the final product might turn out to be different than what we saw in the leaks. There will likely be more leaks leading up to the official launch, so we should have more substantial info in the coming weeks. For now, take these leaks with a pinch of salt.

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