South Korea-based Samsung continues to expand its Galaxy A series; Galaxy A32 5G is now FCC certified!
Galaxy A32, which was leaked with an unusual design in the past days and expected to be the cheapest phone with 5G support, has now diversified the details we know about it by obtaining the FCC certificate. Leaked with a few screenshots, the phone draws attention with a camera sequence reminiscent of LG Velvet, and sprinkles water into many people because it will be affordable. So what does the new model promise?
According to the certificate received, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, which will have the model number SM-A326J, will come with 15W fast charging support and will also support special 5G bands. At the same time, this phone will offer NFC support to users. The A32, which will likely be introduced with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display, will have (most likely) four camera modules on the back.
While these cameras are not positioned on any platform like other Samsung models, they will be stacked one after the other like LG Velvet; but the difference in size we see in Velvet will not make itself felt here. While three of the cameras are one under the other and the same size, a smaller sensor to the right of the third camera will wave like “I’m here”. Of course, if that small sensor is a camera …
Apart from these, the phone, which is expected to have a 48MP main camera, will run Android 11 while it comes with a fingerprint sensor integrated to the power key and will be 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1 mm in size.