Alleged shots of the Samsung Galaxy A32 may confirm its design and 4G/LTE variant to launch in certain markets
Samsung is currently thought to make 5G even more accessible in 2021 by extending this spec to the lower-tier Galaxy A2x and 3x series of smartphones in 2021. At least 1 of these phones is also rumored to get quad rear cameras without the square conformation allegedly bound for other upcoming affordable phones from the OEM.
The latter point might be confirmed in new images showing a novel phone frame, published by 91Mobiles and allegedly linked to the A32. It also shows the phone's rumored type C port and 3.5mm jack. However, another part of this apparent tear-down shows the writing "A32-LTE" embossed on this device's internals.
This may be intended to differentiate it from the 5G variant of the same phone - or, possibly, suggest that there is no such thing after all. Then again, another UI-based leak purports to confirm that it is in fact on the way. Should this be the case, it might launch with the Dimensity 720 SoC and run Android 11. A new tip also suggests it will cost around €299 (~US$365) on its debut.