Here is the cheapest 5G phone from Samsung


Samsung, a leading company in the technological industry, manufactures a phone that supports the fifth generation networks, but it is distinguished by that it will be one of the cheapest phones to support this generation, and it will come within the galaxy a series.

The new phone bears the name Galaxy A32 5G, and it is said: The upcoming phone comes with the model number SM-A326, and it will be part of the Galaxy A series lineup for 2021.

The information claims that the Galaxy A32 5G comes with a triple rear camera positioned vertically, with a 48-megapixel main lens, a 2-megapixel depth sensor and an ultra-wide sensor.

It is said: The phone is powered by a 5000 mAh battery, like the Galaxy A42 5G, with an Infinity-U design, but the details on the processor, memory, screen resolution, etc. remain unknown.

A new leak has revealed more information about this upcoming smartphone, as the portfolio images showcase some of the key features of the Galaxy A32 5G design.

And case makers usually plan to produce their products before the phone is launched, leading to leaks about devices that haven’t been released.

The phone comes with a triple rear camera, with a bump in the front screen, a fingerprint scanner installed on the right side that works as a power button, and there is a traditional 3.5 mm audio port, a USB Type C port, a speaker and a microphone at the bottom.

It is reported that the launch date of this phone is still far away at the moment, and there is always a possibility that the final product will be different from what we have seen in the leaks, and it is possible that there will be more leaks before the official launch.

Last month, Samsung launched the Galaxy A42 5G, a low-cost 5G smartphone that features a 6.6-inch screen with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels with a Snapdragon 750G processor, quad camera and a 5000 mAh battery.

The phone went on sale across the UK and Europe earlier this month, and it happens to be Samsung’s cheapest phone with 5G capabilities, but the South Korean company appears to be planning to bring 5G to lower price points.


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