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The Samsung Galaxy A32 leaks again via a new FCC listing

A recent Galaxy A32 render. (Source: Voice)
A recent Galaxy A32 render. (Source: Voice)
The Galaxy A32 is predicted to be Samsung's cheapest 5G phone of 2021. It is also said to have a design rather different from other rumored devices from this OEM. A product that might match its description has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), suggesting that it will launch in the US at least.

The Samsung Galaxy A31 is a 4G/LTE-only phone with a MediaTek Helio P65 processor. However, its successor is rumored to get a much newer SoC, as it is also said to upgrade to 5G in 2021. It may also now be an FCC-approved device.

This new certification appears to be for an SM-A326J from Samsung, which means it could indeed be for the A32. However, its listing does not indicate any 5G connectivity as yet, only showing that it uses LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC.

Then again, new alleged screenshots from the same device's UI - which include this same FCC registration number - appear to uneqivocally show that the device is called the Galaxy A32 5G. Besides this, it is projected to launch with a 6.5-inch waterdrop-notched display and quad rear cameras.

However, those sensors have been depicted as housed in an almost LG Velvet-like arrangement, rather than the square module seen in renders from other budget to mid-ranage upcoming phones from the same OEM. Its latest leak also shows it has 15 watt (W) charging.

The new "Galaxy A32 5G" leaks. (Source: FCC, MySmartPrice)
The new "Galaxy A32 5G" leaks. (Source: FCC, MySmartPrice)


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-12-16 (Update: 2020-12-16)