Affordable 5G smartphones will likely boom in 2021 and OEMs like Samsung, Realme, Xiaomi, and others will play a vital role. The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G is one of the affordable 5G-supported devices from the company, now available in the European markets. It now looks like the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will be its successor.
Reports suggest the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A32 5G could launch early next year. What’s more, tipster OneLeakes has revealed the CAD renders and the design details of the upcoming smartphone. If these reports are to be believed, the upcoming Samsung 5G smartphone will be featuring a triple-camera setup housed in a vertical module.
Going into the details, the leaked renders reveal a polycarbonate body with flat edges instead of the curved edges found on Samsung smartphones. Moreover, it looks like the camera bump won’t be very predominant like other devices. Like most smartphones, the triple-camera setup is accompanied by an LED flash. Additionally, the camera housing also seems to include another sensor, whose details are unknown yet.
The report by OneLeaks also suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will flaunt a 6.5-inch display with an Infinity-V notch, which will house the selfie camera. While Samsung has given us a sleek and narrow-bezel display, the upcoming smartphone seems to contradict that. From the looks of it, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will sport thick bezels along with a chin.
Other details that have surfaced include the side-mounted fingerprint sensor, which also means the phone won’t have an AMOLED display. It’ll also reportedly include a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port. The leaked renders note that the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will measure 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm.