Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will debut design inspired by LG Velvet (official images)

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

At the end of the year, the renowned leaker @OnLeaks shared CAD renders that allegedly introduced us to the design of the new Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, revealing an interesting design renewal. Now, thanks to the leaker Roland Quandt, we have the confirmation that this will really be the design of the new mid-range smartphone.

According to the images shared by Quandt and information advanced by the website, these are official images and confirm the final design of the smartphone.
As mentioned in December, it seems quite obvious that these design changes were inspired by the LG Velvet, which received high praise for its design.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

As you can see in the images, the Galaxy A32 5G will arrive with a minimalist rear panel, without the already traditional “black block” of the photographic module. Instead, its sensors are vertically aligned, but all individually. As with the LG Velvet, the rear panel of the Galaxy A32 5G also has a very interesting visual impact.

In turn, the front of the smartphone does not bring big surprises, presenting very visible margins (especially the lower one) and a drop-shaped notch, where its front camera will be embedded.

Alleged specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

A possible presentation date for this smartphone has not yet been revealed, but there has been a lot of information about its specifications that has circulated, giving us a good idea of ​​what we can expect. Through his visit to the Geekbench, we learned that he will arrive equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor, 6GB of RAM and Android 11 (One UI).

Although not all the details about their cameras have yet been revealed, there is talk of the presence of a main sensor of 48 megapixels, accompanied by an ultrawide, macro and depth lens.

Your 6.5 “inch LCD screen should be powered by a 5,000mAh battery with support for fast charging at 15W.

No details have yet been revealed on its possible market price, but it looks like it could prove to be Samsung’s most affordable 5G offering.

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