Samsung is reportedly working on its next smartphone Galaxy A32 5G. The upcoming device falls in the mid-range category and is rumored to be the successor to the Galaxy A31, which was launched in March this year. The Galaxy A32 5G is expected to carry the model number SM-A326. According to the leaks, the device may retain the 48-megapixel primary camera as its predecessor. Earlier this year, the South Korean company had filed trademark applications for nine smartphones in its Galaxy A series which featured the Galaxy A32 as well.
As per the Dutch blog GalaxyClub, Samsung is manufacturing Galaxy A32 with 5G connectivity support. It said that the upcoming smartphone might feature a 48-megapixel primary camera. However, instead of using the regular 5-megapixel depth sensor, Samsung might go for a 2-megapixel lens. Samsung may also bring optical image stabilization technology to its upcoming high-end Galaxy A series models – most likely Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91. Both phones are expected to launch somewhere early in the next year.
Samsung already filed trademarks for is Galaxy AX2 series that include 9 other mobile phones. Other phones the company is working on are Galaxy A12, A22, A42, A52, A62, A72, and A82. In related news, while we are very far from getting it into our hands, the phone has already been signed off by the Chinese 3C certification authority. The reports suggest that the phone is going to have a battery capacity of 4,860mAh. It’s almost 70% bigger battery capacity than its predecessor.