Samsung Galaxy A32 5G support page goes live in the UK, Ireland

The support page for the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G was discovered on the Samsung website in the UK and Ireland with the model number SM-A326B / DS. While no tech specs have been released on the site, it suggests that the Galaxy A32 5G could hit the market soon. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy A52 4G, Galaxy F62 and Galaxy A32 4G were reportedly discovered on the BIS website, suggesting an imminent launch in the Indian market. Samsung has not released any official information about these phones.

The support page for a phone with model number SM-A326B / DS is live on the Samsung UK and Samsung Ireland website. While there is no name associated with this phone, previous leaks and rumors suggest it could be a Galaxy A32 5G. No specifications are displayed on the support page. However, there have been reports in the past that suggest what to expect from the phone. The phone may come with a quad rear camera setup, 15W fast charge support, and Android 11 ready to go.

The support pages were first discovered by MySmartPrice.

MySmartPrice’s report also states that model numbers SM-A525F / DS, SM-E625F / DS, and SM-A325F / DS were discovered on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website. These model numbers are believed to belong to Samsung Galaxy A52 4G, Galaxy F62, and Galaxy A32 4G in this order. The Galaxy A52 4G was spotted on a Geekbench list back in December last year, in which it was listed with a Snapdragon 720G SoC, 8 GB of RAM and Android 11.

The model number SM-E625F / DS could belong to either the Galaxy F62 or the Galaxy E62, as mentioned in a December 2020 report. If it turns out to be the Galaxy F62, the phone will be able to run on the Exynos 9825 SoC, 6GB of RAM and Android 11 out of the box. The phone has also been reported to have started mass production at Samsung’s Greater Noida factory Has.

As of now, Samsung has not officially released any information on the specs or the release of the above phones.

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