Samsung is all set to refresh its A-series lineup while also updating the M-series of smartphones. Just after the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G has also arrived online. A report from GalaxyClub, reveals that Samsung is working on a budget 5G handset and also touts its highlights.
According to the report, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A32 5G with model number SM-A326 will feature a 48-megapixel primary lens at the rear. The exact camera module is not suggested but the device is said to have an additional 2-megapixel depth sensor instead of 5-megapixel as seen in the other Galaxy devices.
There is no real reason why Samsung will downgrade the depth sensor but we guess that the company will be cutting some corners to keep the price low as it will already be a 5G-enabled handset which will play a key factor in its retail pricing.
Other than this, there are no other bits on the device but the Galaxy A32 5G is expected to launch soon alongside the Galaxy A42 5G and Galaxy A52 5G. There will also be the other Galaxy AX2 smartphones making way by the end of this year.
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