In the last couple of weeks, lots of reports regarding an upcoming Samsung A-series device – Samsung A32 5G – made it to the internet.
Many tech enthusiasts and tech lovers are anticipating the grand arrival of the phone. Today, the handset surfaced on Geekbench’s benchmarking platform.
The smartphone’s Geekbench listing did the honours of revealing the chipset that would arrive with the phone.
Meanwhile, the CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy A32 had surfaced at the beginning of the month. Its appearance on Geekbench further confirms that it may launch soon.
The Galaxy A32 handset carries the model number A326G, and the listing mentions that it features the MediaTek-Powered MT6853 chipset.
The processor is the Dimensity 720 that fuels a few of the budget 5G phones from other popular brands like Huawei, Vivo, OPPO, and Realme.
Besides, the listing states that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A32 5G would come pre-loaded with the all-new Android 11 OS and a medium RAM size of 4GB.
In the single and multi-core Geekbench test, the Galaxy A32 5G raked up 478 and 1595 points respectively.
Furthermore, the phone surfaced on the database of the Federal Communication Commission regulatory authority yesterday.
The listing confirms that the Galaxy A32 would support 5G, NFC, and 15W charging. Before now, previous reports have claimed that the handset would come with a 48-megapixel rear camera setup and 5,000mAh battery.
The CAD renders of the phone further states that the display of the Samsung Galaxy A32 measures 6.5-inches, and it has a waterdrop notch design with a slightly thick bottom bezel.
The FCC listing suggests that the Galaxy A32 could arrive as the most affordable 5G-ready phone from the brand.