Meet the Samsung Galaxy A32, Samsung’s upcoming budget smartphone. The device’s design has been revealed by OnLeaks, a well-known tipster. He shared several HQ renders of the device, that are CAD-based.
OnLeaks is usually spot on when it comes to leaks like this, so chances are we’re looking at the actual design of the Galaxy A32. Even though it may look like the device is made out of glass, it’s not.
The source claims that the phone is made out of plastic, which makes sense. This will be a budget smartphone after all. Now, it will be a bit different than the rest of the company’s budget lineup.
The Galaxy A32 will offer a somewhat different design than other budget phones from the company
The main differentiating factor will be its back. The entire back side will be flat, while the company usually relies on curved backplates. The other change is visible on the back, in the camera department.
This phone’s cameras won’t be a part of a protruding camera housing. Samsung has, instead, decided to stack camera sensors vertically, and each of them protrude a little bit. Three of them are stacked, and backed by an unknown sensor on the side, which does not protrude at all.
This phone’s display will be flat, and its bottom bezel will be thicker than the rest. You’ll also notice a waterdrop display notch here. The source claims the display size is 6.5 inches, which sounds about right.
The Galaxy A32 5G allegedly measures around 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm. This means it’s quite a large phone. Not only is it quite tall, and wide, but it’s also thicker than most modern smartphones.
The device will offer a fingerprint scanner, on its right-hand side. That sensor is included in the device’s power key. A 3.5mm headphone jack is also a part of the package, as it’s located on the bottom, next to the Type-C charging port. That’s pretty much all the information the source shared.