Samsung is it continuing its push to deliver more and more affordable 5G and the Galaxy A32 5G will likely be the Korean maker’s best effort yet. We’ve already seen the A32 5G in detailed renders as well as an FCC listing and now we have a Geekbench test run which revealed the phone is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 chipset.
The A32 5G appeared with the same SM-A326B model number as seen before. It managed 477 points in the single-core department and 1,598 multi-core points thanks to the Dimensity 720 5G chipset and 4GB RAM. We can also notice the phone is running Android 11 which matches previous rumors from earlier this month.
We’re expecting a 6.5-inch display with a waterdrop notch and a plastic build all around. The back will house a quad-cam setup with three individually protruding lenses aligned vertically alongside a fourth module that sits flush with the back. The main sensor is said to come in at 48MP while the remaining three are yet to be detailed.
The Galaxy A32 5G will house a side-mounted fingerprint reader on the right-hand side while the bottom comes with a USB-C port flanked by a speaker, microphone and a headphone jack.