Samsung Galaxy A32 5G renders reveal flat back, no camera bump

A bunch of Samsung Galaxy A32 5G leaked renders have been shared by notable tipster Onleaks. The images reveal some interesting design changes in the Galaxy A 5G series device.

 

Samsung Galaxy A32 5g Leaked Renders

Samsung Galaxy A32 5g Leaked Renders

Firstly, the back panel of the upcoming phone is not glass or metal, instead the Galaxy A32 5G has a plastic rear. The bigger change however is the camera layout.

The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G leaked photos confirm a quad camera setup, but Samsung has ditched the camera bump completely. Three of the lenses are arranged vertically and protrude slightly, while a smaller lens and an LED flash module are placed next to the sensors. It does make the entire array look a bit asymmetrical, but the design does look visually better.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5g Leaked Renders 2

Samsung Galaxy A32 5g Leaked Renders 2

The front panel design seen in the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G leaked pictures show an Infinity-V water-drop notch design, with a noticeable chin bezel and a 6.5-inch display. The device has a single speaker grille, and a 3.5mm headphone jack which sit on either side of a USB Type-C port.

Voice reports that the phone measures 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm. The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G sports a side-mounted fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button. The rest of the phone’s specs remain a mystery for now.




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