Samsung Galaxy A32 5G leaked renders give us a better look at Samsung’s upcoming budget 5G phone
Just a few days ago, leaked renders revealed what was said to be the Galaxy A32 5G. A new report has unveiled what is allegedly another render of the device, giving us our best look yet at Samsung’s affordable 5G device.
The last renders we saw were from a case maker, so some of the design elements remained a secret. However, these new renders look like they came directly from Samsung, showcasing a teardrop notch, rounded chassis, and what appears to be a flat glass back.
Meanwhile, the renders give us a better look at the rear triple-camera setup, which isn’t enclosed in a housing but protrudes about 1mm from the phone’s body; it looks cleaner that way. The primary sensor will allegedly be 48MP, and one of the other sensors is said to be a 2MP depth sensor.
Other rumored specs include a 6.5-inch display, 5,000 mAh battery, and measurements of 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm, making it similar in size to the recent iPhone 12 Pro Max. The renders also confirm the device will feature a USB-C charging port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that also doubles as a power button. Other details, including processor, memory, and display resolution are still unknown.
The Galaxy A32 5G will reportedly be Samsung’s most affordable 5G phone yet — even cheaper than the Galaxy A42 5G, which recently launched across the UK and Europe. The new device is said to be part of Samsung’s 2021 Galaxy A series. It’s unclear when Samsung will unveil the device, but reports claim it’s still a few months away, and there’s always the chance plans could change.
It doesn’t sound like the Galaxy A32 5G will be announced at Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked event in January, which will reportedly see the company unveil the Galaxy S21 series and new wireless earbuds with ANC. For now, we have some leaked specs and renders to go on, but we already like what we see.