Samsung Galaxy A32 5G assist web page has been noticed with mannequin quantity SM-A326B/DS on Samsung UK and Ireland web site. While no specs have been revealed on the web page, it does recommend that the Galaxy A32 5G might launch quickly. Additionally, Samsung Galaxy A52 4G, Galaxy F62, and Galaxy A32 4G have been reportedly noticed on BIS web site, hinting at an imminent launch within the Indian market. Samsung has not shared any official data on these telephones.
The assist web page for a cellphone with mannequin quantity SM-A326B/DS is dwell on the Samsung UK and Samsung Ireland website. While there isn’t any title related to this cellphone, previous leaks and rumours have prompt that it may very well be Galaxy A32 5G. The assist web page doesn’t reveal any specs however there have been studies up to now that trace at what may be anticipated from the cellphone. The cellphone is may come with a quad rear digicam setup, 15W quick charging assist, and run Android 11 out-of-the-box.
The assist pages have been first spotted by MySmartPrice.
The report by MySmartPrice additionally states that mannequin numbers SM-A525F/DS, SM-E625F/DS, and SM-A325F/DS have been noticed on Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) web site. These mannequin numbers are believed to belong to Samsung Galaxy A52 4G, Galaxy F62, and Galaxy A32 4G, in that order. The Galaxy A52 4G was spotted in a Geekbench itemizing again in December of final 12 months the place it was listed with a Snapdragon 720G SoC, 8GB of RAM, and working Android 11.
The mannequin quantity SM-E625F/DS might belong to both the Galaxy F62 or Galaxy E62, as talked about in a report from December 2020. If it seems to be the Galaxy F62, the cellphone could also be powered by the Exynos 9825 SoC, have 6GB of RAM, and include Android 11 out-of-the-box. It was additionally reported that mass manufacturing for the cellphone has began in Samsung’s Greater Noida manufacturing facility.
As of now, Samsung has not formally shared any data on the specs or the discharge of the aforementioned telephones.
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