As reported nearly a year ago, Samsung appears to have already made up its mind in regards to the naming scheme of its Galaxy A-series for 2021. The company had applied for trademarks on a variety of monikers including the Galaxy A32, and we have now learned from our friends over at GalaxyClub that Samsung intends to release a 5G version of the same budget device.
5G will become the new norm in terms of mobile connectivity, just like LTE has become ubiquitous over the years, so it’s only natural to expect Samsung to bring 5G in the hands of more customers next year. Samsung had already introduced 5G to non-flagship buyers with devices like the Galaxy A51 5G – check our review if you want to find out if it’s worth your hard-earned money – but next year the company will be even more aggressive in its approach to democratize this new technology. The Galaxy A32 5G could end up being the most affordable 5G Galaxy phone in 2021, followed by the Galaxy A42 5G.
Some Galaxy A32 5G camera details emerge
The same source had also shed some light on the Galaxy A32 5G’s camera configuration. It could include a 48-megapixel main camera that might be assisted by a 2MP depth sensor. The ongoing Galaxy A31 has a 48MP main shooter paired with a 5MP depth sensor, so at least as far as the pixel count goes, the Galaxy A32 5G might suffer from minor downgrades in the camera department.
However, it must be stressed that although the Galaxy A32 5G is very much certain to be released next year, its camera configuration remains subject to change. Either way, the Galaxy A32 5G will likely carry model number SM-A326 and could be launched in the first half of 2021.