Galaxy A32 5G goes through Bluetooth SIG certification

Samsung has already started to relocate and prepare its 2021 smartphone series for release. While the doors of 2021 are expected to begin with the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, the company is also preparing a set of mid-range smartphones for its A and M series. The company’s best-selling devices – The Galaxy A51 and A71 will have a sequel in the form of Galaxy A52 and A72. Now it looks like a third device with 5G connectivity will be launching early next year – the Galaxy A32 5G.

The Galaxy A32 5G has already appeared in the rumor and is today spotted on the Bluetooth SIG database. This is an important certification, so it looks like the device is not far from a version. The listing reveals that the Galaxy A32 5G’s nickname belongs to model numbers like SM-A326B, SM-A326_DS, and SM-B326BR-DS. The only other thing that can be found in the list is support for Bluetooth 5.0. This is great because some devices are still equipped with the old Bluetooth 4.0 standard.

With the Bluetooth SIG certification in tow, we expect more details to emerge soon. Certification often comes a month before a smartphone is released, so having the Galaxy A32 5G in January 2021 might not be a distant dream. Besides the 5G variant, we are also expecting a 4G edition of the smartphone.

Galaxy A32 5G

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G alleged specifications

According to a set of leaked CAD renderings, the Galaxy A32 5G will show a 6.5-inch display panel. It also brings a teardrop-shaped notch at the top, or an Infinity-V cutout, if you prefer. Under the hood, the device will carry the 7nm Dimensity 720 chipset bringing good performance and seamless 5G connectivity. 4G models will feature a different chipset.

The exact number of rear cameras is not specified. The CAD render suggests a Quad-Camera board, but we can’t confirm this at this time. You should at least expect a three-camera network. The main camera will be a 48MP megapixel unit and we expect an ultra-wide camera and depth sensor to join the setup. The phone will also bring a 3.5mm headphone jack. It is rumored to be targeting the price of 299 (~ $ 367) in Europe. It certainly won’t be the cheapest 5G smartphone next year, but it’s a good start for Samsung.

The South Korean company will significantly expand the list of 5G midrange phones next year, following China’s surge of midrange 5G devices.