Successor to the A31 model launched in March this year, Galaxy A32 will be the representative of the mid-range offer of Samsung phones equipped with 5G connectivity.
Identified by the model name SM-A326, Galaxy A32 seems to keep the 48MP camera available on the current model, changing only the 5MP secondary sensor with a 2MP one, this being one of the compromises made by Samsung to deliver 5G connectivity under the constraints of a lower budget.
Galaxy A32 5G completes Samsung’s offer of 5G mid-range phones
Galaxy A32 is just one of the names patented by Samsung earlier this year, the list also includes the names Galaxy A12, Galaxy A22, Galaxy A42, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A62, Galaxy A72, Galaxy A82 and Samsung Galaxy A92. Some of them have since reappeared as commercial products. For example, the Galaxy A42 was mentioned on the website of the Chinese authority 3C responsible for the certification of wireless communications equipment. Named SM-A426B, the smartphone is described with a 4860 mAh battery. Positioned above on the hierarchical scale, Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91 could be among the first Galaxy A phones that include optical stabilization function for the camera.
Although, unconfirmed by Samsung, all Galaxy A models mentioned above should be released by the first half of next year at the latest.