Colourful Samsung Galaxy A32 press renders reveal LG Velvet inspired design
The Galaxy A32 has been leaked multiple times in the last two months, from the CAD renders of OnLeaks in November to the plastic frame of the device that 91Mobiles published last month. Now, Roland Quandt has revealed press renders of the Galaxy A32 in four colours.
Quandt has not revealed what Samsung will call these colours, but they all will have a simpler design than the Galaxy A31 does. Apparently, we should expect a 6.5-inch LCD panel, along with a front-facing camera contained within a waterdrop notch. The inclusion of an LCD panel, rather than an OLED one, means that Samsung cannot include an in-display fingerprint scanner. Instead, the South Korean company has integrated biometric recognition within the power button which sits below the device's volume rocker.
While the comparatively thick bottom bezel from the Galaxy A31 remains, Samsung has simplified the rear-facing camera array. The rounded rectangle housing has been removed, giving the Galaxy A32 a look of the LG Velvet about it. Quandt claims that a 48 MP sensor will be the primary camera here, which Samsung will supplement with ultra-wide, macro and depth effect cameras. The latter two sensors will be for show though, with the 48 MP and ultra-wide cameras doing most of the lifting for the Galaxy A32.
Additionally, Samsung will equip the Galaxy A32 with a MediaTek Dimensity 720 SoC. The 7 nm chipset features 5G connectivity, so Samsung will probably market the handset as the Galaxy A32 5G. Finally, the device will be available with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. Pricing and availability remain unknown at this stage.