In the budget segment of 5G Smartphones Samsung is thinking out of the box. By not considering even its own chipset Samsung has opted for the MediaTek chipset, to make the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G cost-effective. Anyway, the handset has been found listed on the UK’s Samsung support page. The listing does not reveal anything but the existence of the handset with its model number. The same model number has been found on the BIS certification authority alongside the Galaxy A32 4G variant.
Further indicating the availability of the handset in the Indian market. Besides a press render of the handset have been surfaced depicting a fresh design adaptation alongside its key specifications. Let’s find what has changed from the original Galaxy A series’s DNA.
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Samsung Galaxy A with a fresh design!
So far this press render of the handset brought a new design philosophy in the Galaxy A series. The obvious question has arrises will all Galaxy A handsets will continue with this philosophy? No, this design most likely only of the Galaxy A32. While the Galaxy A72 have still the same DNA we have been introduced with on 2019. A minor change has been made to the Galaxy A32 render, the back camera module bump now been eliminated. This new design adaptation looks kinda awkward to me personally, the old design was way better than this “hole” thing. Samsung should have re-think this design adaptation, in my opinion. Rest the MediaTek chipset on the handset is a welcome move I must say.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Features & Specs (unofficial)
At the upfront, the handset is built around an LCD IPS display of size 6.5″ inches in diagonal with a waterdrop notch at the top. The selfie camera sensor underneath the notch remains under the warp. While the rear camera setup has been found with quad sensors. The main camera sensor among theme is a 48MP camera sensor. Whereas the setup itself made up from main sensor + ultrawide sensor + macro sensor + depth sensor.
The system on the handset has been powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 720 5G equipped SoC. While running on OneUI 3.x OS based on Android 11 while having 4GB RAM and up to 128GB secondary storage.
That’s pretty much it surfaced so far, the handset expected to arrive late Q1 of 2021.