Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Gets Bluetooth Certified; The Official Launch is Close

Faisal Rasool

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G has been featured in several leaks, benchmarks, and certifications — from unofficial product renders to alleged specification sheets. Yesterday, Samsung obtained another telecommunication certificate for the device. While its exact launch timeline is still anyone’s guess, the Galaxy A32 5G should be coming soon.

The Bluetooth SIG document lists three different variants for the Samsung Galaxy A31 successor, under model numbers ‘SM-A326B_DS’, ‘SM-A326BR_DS’, and ‘SM-A326B’. But since it’s limited to Bluetooth specifications, it doesn’t detail any system information of Galaxy A32. The FCC certification and the report from the phone leaker @OnLeaks are more revealing.

The product mockups show an entirely new design language. It’s clean, minimalistic, and fresh. Samsung ditched the generic boxy camera plate look and replaced it with plain rings to house the cameras.

The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G has a single tone, glossy finish to it that extends to the frame. Notice the side-facing thumbprint scanner fused with the power button. Plus, the speaker grille, 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB Type-C interface on the bottom. Samsung New model 2021 will get available soon at an affordable price tag.

Flip the device over to find a 6.5” screen with a notch, likely with a 720P IPS LCD underneath. Galaxy A32 also has NFC support and charges over 15W.

Based on Geekbench’s database, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will be the first Galaxy A-series phone to launch with OneUI 3.0 (Samsung’s customized version of Android11.) The Dimensity 720 — an affordable entry-level 5G platform from MediaTek — is at the heart of the phone. And 4GB of memory handles multi-tasking.


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