The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is displayed in brightly colored. Thanks to the CAD renders that surfaced last November, we already know what the unannounced Samsung Galaxy A32 5G looks like. Today we’re taking a look at a number of official press renders leaked by WinFuture. These confirm previous design leaks and show that the A32 5G will be available in at least four colors.
The Galaxy A32 5G will pack an Infinity-V display, which is rumored to measure 6.5″ diagonally. The rear panel of the phone, made of plastic, is home to a quad camera setup. The primary shooter reportedly uses a 48MP sensor, with the rest said to be ultrawide, depth, and macro units.
The rear cameras and flash on the Galaxy A32 5G are placed separately on the panel instead of being housed together inside an island, which is a refreshing design change, but they do protrude, meaning the phone will likely wobble on flat surfaces.
On the left side of the Galaxy A32 5G’s frame is the SIM card slot, and on the right is the volume rocker and power button with a fingerprint scanner embedded in it. From previously leaked renders we know the A32 5G has a USB-C port at the bottom joined by a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
We don’t have the detailed specs of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, but the smartphone was spotted on Geekbench with Android 11, Density 720 SoC, and 4GB RAM. It has also appeared on FCC with NFC and a 15W in-box charger.
There’s no word from Samsung about the Galaxy A32 5G yet, but the smartphone has bagged multiple certifications, and now that its official renders are out, it shouldn’t be too long before the Korean conglomerate unveils its cheapest 5G smartphone.