As Samsung prepares for its unveiling of the Galaxy S21 series a bunch of leaked renders has appeared showing off an upcoming new range of phones at the opposite end of the spectrum under the Galaxy S32 moniker. The affordable series is said to offer both 4G and 5G variants, and as you can see from the image above, come in a variety of bright colorways.
The renders come courtesy of WinFuture and reveal a plastic rear panel in a variety of colors with an interesting camera layout. There’s no camera strip or housing, rather each individual lens sits proudly by itself and it’s quite striking in its simplicity. The quad-camera setup likely features a 48MP main sensor, an ultra-wide lens, and dedicated depth and macro lenses.
The Galaxy A32 looks to be Samsung’s cheapest 5G offering so far, with the 4G variant being even more affordable although actual pricing has yet to be revealed.
The front of the phone reveals an LCD display that is thought to be around 6.5-inches big with a teardrop notch that houses the selfie camera, with the fingerprint sensor being placed on the side of the Galaxy A32.
It’s believed that the Galaxy A32 5G is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 chipset, with 4GB of RAM and a choice of 64GB or 128GB built-in storage. While there’s no date given for when we can expect Samsung to launch the Galaxy A32 series, we shouldn’t have too long to wait for it to come to market seeing how competitive the budget segment is.
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