Samsung Galaxy A32 5G bags NBTC certification
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will go official any moment now, and while we wait for its announcement, the smartphone has bagged certification from Thailand's NBTC, confirming its release in the South-East Asian country.
The listing on Thai regulator's website doesn't detail the specs of the Galaxy A32 5G (SM-A326B/DS), but thanks to Geekbench, we know it will boot to Android 11 and come with Dimensity 720 SoC and 4GB RAM.
We've also seen colorful renders of the Galaxy A32 5G, which revealed the smartphone will pack a waterdrop notch display and a quad camera. The screen is rumored to have a diagonal of 6.5", and the camera system is said to consist of a 48MP primary unit joined by an ultrawide, macro, and depth modules.
The battery capacity of the Galaxy A32 5G is unknown, but FCC revealed the smartphone will come with a 15W charger and have an NFC chip onboard. The rest of the highlights of the Galaxy A32 5G include a side-mounted fingerprint reader, 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB-C port.
Funny you mentioned that. The layout is just like the tomorrow-to-be-announced S21 flagship series without the bump (the A32 bump is so low it can be seen as close to non-existent). I was admiring it just now before I read your comment.
- 14 Jan 2021
Is it just me or the camera layout on the rendered pics look awesome...samsung should used those on the flagships instead
- 13 Jan 2021
Hopefully it'll come out soon I'm probably going to upgrade from my old A10 to this.
- 13 Jan 2021