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Samsung Galaxy A32: 5G variant is confirmed in a new leak

A Galaxy A32 render. (Source: Voice)
A Galaxy A32 render. (Source: Voice)
2021 is expected to be the year in which the reasonably-priced Galaxy A3x smartphone series goes 5G for the first time. This is now all but set in stone thanks to this device's new Bluetooth certification. Its new connectivity is expected to be accompanied by a 6.5-inch display and 4GB of RAM.

With its new Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) approval, the Galaxy A32 may be all set for an early 2021 launch. This new documentation also states overtly for the first time that it will turn out as a 5G device on this event.

The Bluetooth SIG's new listing refers to 3 distinct variants of the A32 (or, as it is given on this page, the "Galaxy-A32-5g"): SM-A326B_DS; SM-A326B and SM-A326BR_DS. These versions could be destined for different markets, once of which could be the US.

This latest leak may also thus confirm that these A32s will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor. Furthermore, the same phone is also rumored to get 4G/LTE variants, although there is no hint as to what its platform could be as yet.

In addition, neither variant has definitive availability information as yet, although the A32 5G is currently thought to cost about US$360 on its release.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-12-31 (Update: 2021-01- 1)