Samsung Galaxy A32 5G design shown in these renders

Now that's a pretty beautiful design

Samsung is preparing to launch its cheapest 5G phone so far named the Galaxy A32 5G. If you don’t know, the cheapest 5G phone from Samsung right now is the Galaxy A42 5G that is priced at 369 Euro for the German market. Well, today, we got to see the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, thanks to the high quality renders of the phone shared by OnLeaks on Voice. These renders show that the design of the A32 5G is pretty sweet, especially in the white color.

As we can see, there is no hole-punch design this time that suggests the A32 5G is going to be a pretty affordable phone from the company. The fingerprint scanner is there on the right that doubles as the power button. The back is flat & is made of glossy plastic. This time, Samsung didn’t go for a rectangular camera module to keep all the rear cameras in it. Instead, three equally sized camera lenses protrude from the rear panel. The fourth camera is placed on the side & this one seems to have no protrusion. The USB Type-C port is there on the bottom alongside the 3.5mm headphone jack.

The display on the front is roughly 6.5-inch in size & has a waterdrop notch. There is also a thick bottom chin, again, suggesting that this phone is going to launch a pretty low price.

Right now, there are little to no details of the specs & we only have the rumours of a 5,000mAh battery & a 48 Megapixel primary rear camera. The Galaxy A42 5G has the Snapdragon 750G chipset, so we wonder what SOC powers the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G.

Stay tuned for more details.