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Samsung outs Galaxy A32 5G, the company's budget 5G smartphone

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Ahead of the flagship S21 series reveal later, Samsung yesterday silently announced the Galaxy A32 5G—the company's budget 5G phone!
Samsung outs Galaxy A32 5G, the company's budget 5G smartphone
Galaxy A32 5G

The company's budget 5G smartphone!

The Samsung Newsroom shared an official infographic showing the phone's full design along with its full specs.
Galaxy A32 5G specs infographic
Galaxy A32 5G specs infographic

At the back, it has an unconventional yet clean-looking close-to-flat design with no camera island for its quad-cam + LED flash setup. It'll come in four colors namely: Awesome Black, Awesome White, Awesome Blue, and Awesome Violet.

In front, it uses a 6.5-inch big 2.5D curved TFT display with HD+ resolution and a waterfall notch housing the 13MP f/2.2 selfie shooter.

Inside, powering this device is an unspecified octa-core processor with a 2.0GHz clock speed for both power and efficiency cores. Based on the specs of all the new budget 5G SoCs, we suspect that it is the MediaTek Dimensity 720.

Samsung said that this 5G chipset offers 
peak data rates of up to 20 Gbps and sub-millisecond latency for a "better-than-ever" gaming, streaming, and connectivity experience.

The chip is paired with up to 8GB RAM, 128GB expandable storage, and a 5,000mAh battery setup with USB-C 15W fast charging.

For the back cameras, it highlights the same quad-cam setup found on the Galaxy A42 5G. It stars the 48MP f/1.8 main camera along with the 
8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle + 5MP f/2.4 macro + 5MP f/2.4 depth cameras.

To keep its back design clean, Samsung implemented a side-mounted fingerprint scanner design. IT also has "Surround sound" with the help of Dolby Atmos tech. (Dolby Digital + Dolby Digital Plus).

Samsung hasn't revealed the pricing and availability details of the handset yet. But, it should be more affordable than the PHP 19,990 Galaxy A42.

Our comment. 5G phones should not be allowed to use HD screens anymore. 5G is designed to let users stream high-definition pictures, videos, gaming, and more.


Source: Samsung
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