As we all knew that Samsung would launch its much-awaited flagship S-series smartphones at its Unpacked 2021 event. However, a day before that release, the Korean tech giant has disclosed its cheapest 5G device so far on Wednesday. The newly revealed device is called the Galaxy A32 5G because it intends to deliver the game-changing network technology to more people during the current year.
Normally, the phone manufacturer avoids naming the chipset. However, if a smartphone or tablet arrives with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the company mentioned the chipset’s name. Earlier in December, we have informed you that the smartphone
might ship with a Mediatek Dimensity 720 processor, which presently appears even more feasible.
Apart from this, the smartphone will arrive with a 6.5 inch ‘notched’ 720p LCD screen, which is a bit of a letdown regarding the device’s €280 and €300 cost limits for the 64 GB and 128GB variants individually. However, it has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, which must be considerably faster than other in-screen scanners.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will have a primary 48 MP camera, an 8 MP ultra-wide camera, two 5 MP sensors, one macro camera, and a depth sensor. However, there is a 13 MP sensor for selfies on the front.
The smartphone will be available for buyers in three RAM variants, 4GB, 6GB, and 8GB. Moreover, there will be four different colors, black, white, blue, and violet, to choose from.
The unit is going to be backed by a 5000 mAh battery. This is apparently a great thing because we all know how power-hungry 5G smartphones can be. However, the 15W “Fast” charging will seemingly see you charging from zero to 100 in over two hours.