For smartphones in its A series, Samsung has a new terminal in the pipeline and it was recently unveiled by OnLeaks. On the program: an imposing size.
At Samsung, it seems that the year 2021 will be marked by a slew of 5G compatible smartphones. If the technical characteristics of the next Galaxy S21 are revealed a little more every day, the Korean manufacturer could now offer entry-level smartphones compatible with the next generation of mobile networks.
Samsung Galaxy A32: some physical characteristics
The Galaxy A32 5G takes over from the Galaxy A31 released last April. In this sense, it sports a wide chassis with dimensions of 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1 mm as revealed by the leaker OnLeaks broke into this exercise. The latter accommodates a 6.5-inch slab. This model should therefore be even more imposing than its predecessor. For the record, the Galaxy A31 measured 159.3 x 73.1 x 8.6 mm for a 6.4-inch screen.
At the front, the smartphone has a small notch positioned at the top in the middle for the selfie camera. The device has wide borders on the left as well as on the right as well as a chin at the bottom always quite marked.
According to OnLeaks, there would be a fingerprint sensor directly on the ignition button. This is positioned on the right side edge, below the volume buttons.
A rear facade that stands out
On the back, a few things differentiate the Galaxy A32 from the Galaxy A31. Samsung has notably swapped the rounded back for a flat surface. However, the main difference concerns the photo part. The Galaxy A32 stands out from the brand’s other smartphones, this time with sensors that are not encapsulated in a dedicated block. There are three main sensors, a flash and a fourth smaller sensor.
If the photo modules are not detailed, remember that the Galaxy A31 hosted a main sensor of 48 megapixels, an ultra wide-angle of 8 megapixels, a macro lens of 5 megapixels as well as a depth sensor of 5 megapixels. It remains to be seen whether Samsung will resume this configuration.
The Galaxy A31 came with Android 10 One UI 2.0. This successor should then be marketed with Android 11 and One UI 3.0.