by Ray Kyle De Castro | December 15, 2020 1:54 pm
The Samsung Galaxy A series is the South Korean giant’s tackle when it comes to midrange devices. One of them, the A32, is an upcoming device gets leaked with an interesting camera layout.
On the rear of the render seems to be built by “glasstic” material, Samsung’s marketing term for glossy plastic. At the top left of the rear situated is the camera array. Uniquely, the device does not feature any camera module that houses the four modules, instead they are separated from each other raising their own bumps per module.
This may remind you of the LG velvet released earlier this year..At the front is the spillway notch style cutout with the display under it. The display is 6.5 inches diagonally. Other specifications are still not known, but the device features a USB Type C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Also, the device sports 5G capabilities which leaves a clue of what chip it may bring. It may bring a midrange Samsung 5G chip like an Exynos 880 or even a budget Qualcomm platform such as a Snapdragon 690. Rarely, Samsung may opt for a MediaTek chip like the newly announced Dimensity 700 targeted for the budget audience.
Whatever the specifications may end up, the device is a headturner enough just with the change of design, a departure of what their devices usually look like.
Source URL: http://www.thetechnoclast.com/2020/12/15/samsung-galaxy-a32-renders-gets-leaked-quad-cameras-and-5g/
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