The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, which we’ve heard about since last month, has been certified by the Bluetooth SIG, bringing it one step closer to launch.
The listing on the organization’s site doesn’t tell us any of the features of the A32 5G other than verifying Bluetooth 5.0, but it does show that the smartphone will have three model descriptions – SM-A326B_DS, SM-A326BR_DS and SM-A326B.
Samsung Galaxy A32 stands out
The latter showed up in HTML5 and Geekbench tests with Android 11, 4GB RAM and Dimensity 720 SoC. Galaxy A32 5G was seen to approve NFC support and 15W in-box charger with the model name SM-A326J in FCC.
As seen in the Bluetooth SIG certification picture, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G (with model numbers Samsung SM-A326B, SM-A326BR_DS and SM-A326B_DS) has been certified earlier today. The Bluetooth SIG certification confirms both single SIM and dual SIM variants of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G. Other than that, the certification doesn’t explicitly mention anything when it comes to technical specifications and features of the device. However, more information may leak in the coming days.
While Samsung has not yet reported on the Galaxy A32 5G, the leaked images revealed that the smartphone will have a 6.5 “Infinity-V display, a quad camera on the back, and a side-mounted fingerprint reader.” A 3.5 mm headphone jack and built-in USB-C port are also available.