A few weeks back, the CAD renders of the Galaxy A32 5G leaked online and now, the upcoming device has been spotted on the FCC certification site. The FCC listing reveals key information about the device and takes the device a step closer to the official launch. Moreover, the leaks also suggest that the Galaxy A32 5G could become the cheapest 5G smartphone from Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G spotted on FCC listing
Samsung’s upcoming handset was recently spotted on the FCC certification website with the model number SM-A326J. The listing gives details about the specs and features. The device is likely to be Samsung’s cheapest 5G smartphone to date. It will ship with a 15W charger and support 5G bands 28/77/78. Moreover, there will be NFC support on board.
The Galaxy A32 is expected to be officially unveiled in the coming weeks alongside the Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72, the other two upcoming 5G handsets of Samsung.
Galaxy A32 5G rumors and leaked specifications
A few weeks back, the CAD renders of the Galaxy A32 were leaked online revealing that the phone could be made up of polycarbonate. The smartphone features a 6.5-inch display with an Infinity-V notch and runs on OneUI 3.0 skin based on Android 11.
In terms of camera specs, the upcoming Galaxy A32 will house a quad-rear camera setup. The primary sensor is likely to be 48MP with the camera module layout being completely different from other devices. Unlike other Galaxy smartphones, the Galaxy A32 camera lenses are not enclosed in a thick camera housing. Instead, the vertically stacked camera lenses will originate directly from the phone’s body.
Besides, the device might also feature a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port based on the renders. The dimensions of the upcoming Galaxy device are 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1 mm, making it a relatively large phone.
This is all the information available about the upcoming Galaxy A32 handset till now. More details are expected to be leaked in the coming weeks as the official launch date beckons.