A few weeks ago, the Samsung Galaxy A32 CAD render appeared on the web. Now, the smartphone appears on the FCC Certification website which revealed some specifics about this upcoming device.
The FCC listing shows that the Galaxy A32 5G is the successor to the Galaxy A31 smartphone. As per the leaks, the Galaxy A32 5G may be the cheapest Samsung smartphone that comes with 5G connectivity.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Information Confirm From FCC Certification
FCC listing shows that the upcoming Galaxy A32 5G has come with the model number of SM-A326J.
This listing also shows us that the smartphone supports 15 watt charging and also comes with a 15 watt charger in-box. The output of this charger is 15W (9V/1.67A) and 10W (5V/2A).
The listing also suggests that the smartphone has built-in 5G connectivity with the n28/77/78 band. This listing also confirms that the device supports NFC.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Expected Specs
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G got a new look with a flatter screen and camera lens without a housing.
The phone comes with 3 camera sensors that are aligned vertically, also has an LED flash and another large sensor seen under the camera LED Flash. Overall, the smartphone measures 164.2×76.1×9.1mm design.
According to the revealed image, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G may come with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
On the bottom section, you may see a 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C port for charging the device and speaker grilled.
Samsung A32 5G may come with a 6.5-inch Infinity-V display. The new renders confirm this display.
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will come with a 48MP primary sensor, secondary 8MP Ultra wide-angle lens and a 2MP depth sensor.