South Korean tech giant Samsung is reportedly going to launch a new 5G smartphone — Galaxy A32 5G — soon. The render images of the alleged handset have appeared online along with some key specs that the smartphone is expected to offer.
According to a report by OnLeaks, Galaxy A52 5G is going to sport a new design with a flat rear panel made of plastic that houses a completely new layout of the camera setup.
Unlike the past Samsung smartphones, where the sensors are together placed on a big camera bump, this handset is expected to house three vertically stacked camera lenses placed individually. The report doesn’t reveal the type of sensors or megapixel of these lenses.
In terms of other design elements, the report says that Galaxy A42 5G is going to sport a 6.5-inch flat display with thick bezels, thicker chin and an Infinity-V notch on the top. The dimensions of the smartphone are listed to be 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1mm and the report claims that it will be similar in size to an iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Other elements about the phone that are revealed in the report is that the power button will house a fingerprint sensor, the bottom edge of the device will house a 3.5mm headphone jack as well as a USB-C charging port.