Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will have a 48MP primary sensor and it can be the company’s mid-range smartphone
Samsung is planning to launch a new smartphone Galaxy A32 5G soon under its A series, which will be the successor variant of Galaxy A31 launched in March this year and the company will also launch it in the market under the mid-budget range. However, no official announcement has been made by the company regarding the Galaxy A32 5G. But some details of this upcoming smartphone have been revealed through leaks. Let me tell you that in a previous report it was revealed that South Korean company Samsung has filed a trademark for a total of 9 new smartphones and one of them could be Galaxy A32.
According to the report of GalaxyClub, Samsung is working on its new smartphone Galaxy A32 5G. It will have a 48MP primary camera. As seen earlier in the Galaxy A31. At the same time, a 2MP depth sensor can be given, while the company’s current generation has a 5MP depth sensor. However, more of its features have not been revealed yet.
Apart from this, the report states that the Galaxy A32 5G has been given the model number SM-A326. It is expected that it will be the company’s mid-budget range smartphone coming with 5G support. According to the report, the new smartphone for which the company had filed a trademark in January, have only Galaxy A series of smartphones. These 9 smartphones include Samsung Galaxy A12, Samsung Galaxy A22, Samsung Galaxy A32, Samsung Galaxy A42, Samsung Galaxy A52, Samsung Galaxy A62, Samsung Galaxy A72, Samsung Galaxy A82 and Samsung Galaxy A92.
Apart from Samsung Galaxy A32, information was revealed about Galaxy A42, another smartphone of this series. This smartphone was spotted on China’s 3C website. According to the listing, a 5,000mAh battery can be given in this smartphone and it will launch with 5G support. Apart from this, 128GB storage may be available in Galaxy A42.