The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G was announced by Samsung back in September and it happened to be their most affordable 5G phone yet. But, recent updates is suggesting that a more affordable Galaxy A-series phone might be launched by early next year (Q1 2021).
This new upcoming lower midrange 5G phone might be called Samsung Galaxy A32 5G. Renders of the new Galaxy phone has surfaced thanks to popular leaker @Onleaks.
From the new CAD renders, the Galaxy A32 5G will have a different camera module which is completely different from phones in Samsung’s current A-series.
Instead of a rectangular protruding camera bump, the Galaxy A32 will have a flat back with three vertically stacked lenses, joined by an LED flash and an as yet unknown sensor.
At the front is a V-shaped notch that houses the selfie camera and it also has a sizeable chin at the bottom. It’s fingerprint sensor is side mounted within the power button, a USB-C charging port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Regarding the specs, the Galaxy A32 5G is tipped to come with a 6.5-inch display with Full HD+ resolution.
The triple-camera setup on the back is expected to include a 48MP main sensor and a 2MP depth sensor, instead of the 5MP depth sensor on the current Galaxy A51. Samsung will likely announce the Galaxy A32 5G sometime early next year.