Press Renders of Galaxy A32 Samsung’s Cheapest 5G ready device Leaks Online

The road to shipping more and more 5G smartphones is only increasing as we are heading into the all-important CES 2021. Last year most smartphone manufacturers made sure that their flagship or upper mid-range devices offer 5G connectivity, which was possible due to the Snapdragon 765G. Now, major smartphone manufacturers are looking into pouring the technology into their mid-range devices so that most of the population can access 5G networks as soon as they become available in their area.

It seems Samsung wants to jump on the bandwagon by releasing its cheapest t 5G ready device as soon as possible. According to a german tech side Winfuture, a bunch of the press-ready renders of the unannounced Samsung Galaxy A32 5G have been leaked online. These renders are in line with the CAD renders of the device leaked later last year. According to the renders, the device will be available in at least four colors.

According to the initial rumors, the device will feature the infinity-V display, which will be 6.5″ diagonally. As is the case with other Samsung’s mid-range devices, the back of the phone will be made of plastic. It houses the new quad-camera system led by a 48MP shooter aided by an ultrawide, a depth, and a macro lens. The flash and camera system configuration has also been changed to give the device a fresh look.

Galaxy A32 Geekbench score

Not much is known with regards to the specifications of the device. However, the leaked Geekbecnh benchmark showed that the device would be power by MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 SoC. It is an octa-core CPU capable of performing decently in load. Since the device has already received multiple certifications so, it shouldn’t be long before Samsung decides to unveil it.

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