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Take a look at Samsung's Galaxy A32 5G and its unique camera design

Take a look at Samsung's Galaxy A32 5G and its unique camera design
The mobile tech world is focused on the Galaxy S21 series at the moment, but that doesn’t mean Samsung has forgotten about its extensive lineup of popular budget phones.

As WinFuture has revealed, the South Korean brand is preparing to launch a new smartphone dubbed the Galaxy A32 5G, which should be available soon as its cheapest 5G device.

The Galaxy A32 5G has four cameras on the back

Samsung has maintained a relatively unified design strategy across the entire Galaxy A line in recent months, but the Galaxy A32 5G takes the series down a slightly different road.

Whereas the front panel is fitted with a generic 6.5-inch notched LCD display, the back of the phone houses a pretty unique camera setup that consists of five individual cut-outs.

The camera specs aren’t available at this stage, but the left row of sensors almost certainly consists of a 48-megapixel main camera, an ultra-wide shooter, and a dedicated macro camera.

The right column, on the other hand, houses an LED flash and what could be a depth sensor for better bokeh imagery.

Completing the external package is a Samsung logo on the rear, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom. Expect a USB-C port for fast charging too.

The MediaTek Dimensity 720 and more

The Galaxy A32 5G should be announced in the coming months with the MediaTek Dimensity 720 chip on the inside and 4GB of RAM. The choice of 64GB and 128GB of storage should be available, although microSD cards should be supported.

Samsung is said to be working on a 4G LTE variant for regions where the next-gen networks aren’t widely available.

Color-wise, the leaked press renders point towards White, Black, Violet, and Blue variants.

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