According to reports, Samsung is developing the upcoming Galaxy A32 5G. The upcoming mid-range device is touted as the successor to the Galaxy A31 launched in March this year. The Galaxy A32 5G is expected to carry the model number SM-A326. The leaked details also indicate that the device may retain its predecessor, the 48-megabitsier shooter. Earlier this year, the Korean giant had filed trademark applications for nine new smartphones in its Galaxy A series, including the Galaxy A32.
The Dutch blog GalaxyClub quoted a “source” in a report saying that Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is under development. It is said that the upcoming mobile phone may be equipped with a 48-megapixel main sensor, just like the Galaxy A31. However, the Galaxy A32 5G may not be the 5-megapixel depth sensor in Samsung’s current generation phones, but a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
The report also suggests that the Galaxy A32 5G may come with model SM-A326. It is expected that the upcoming mobile phone will also become one of Samsung’s mid-range mobile phones with 5G support.
In early January, Samsung had submitted an application to register a trademark for nine new phones in the Galaxy A series. These devices 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.
Among them, according to reports, a 5G variant of the Galaxy A42 was listed on the Chinese 3C website last week. The battery capacity of the mobile phone with model SM-A426B was 4,860mAh when it was launched, which led to speculation that the final battery capacity might be 5,000mAh when it was finally launched. Galaxy A42 5G is also expected to be equipped with 128GB of onboard storage space.
Earlier this month, another report suggested that Samsung might introduce optical image stabilization (OIS) technology into its upcoming high-end Galaxy A series models-most likely Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91. Both phones are expected to be launched in 2021.
Samsung has not officially confirmed any details.
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