5G mobiles have been a reality since last year. However, they are not yet too affordable a reality for technology to reach every pocket. As manufacturers rush specs and inexpensive new 5G processors allow lower the final price of a 5G mobile, The commercial offers of this new high-speed network must be even more numerous.
Most of the 5G mobiles launched in 2019 and 2020 have overcome the barrier of 1,000 euros, although we also find options in a range close to the border of 500 euros. However, it is still a budget that does not arise a large part of the users, when they want to buy a new mobile. The 5G phones with a range between 200 and 300 euros they still have to make a massive appearance, something that It is expected to happen in 2021 with Samsung in the lead.
First data of the Galaxy A32 5G
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 690 or MediaTek’s Dimensional 720 processors aim to bring 5G closer to even lower price ranges. Now, information to which GalaxyClub has had access, states that Samsung will offer its cheapest 5G mobiles with the Galaxy A32 5G and A42 5G. They have also detailed some of its technical features. He Galaxy A32 5G will arrive with a 48-megapixel main camera, and a 2 megapixel depth sensor. It is said that it will arrive with a total of four rear cameras, without the capacity of the other two sensors being known at the moment.
It must be remembered that the Galaxy A31 has a 48-megapixel main sensor and a 2-megapixel profanity sensor, so it remains to be seen how the new model will improve in this regard. While the A42 5G is expected to increase its battery from 3,500 mAh to 5,000 mAh, no major changes in this regard are expected in the Galaxy A32 5G, since the A31 battery already has this capacity.
Below 300 euros?
As for prices, an estimate can be made taking into account that the Galaxy A31 has an official price of 299 euros. It is therefore expected that the Galaxy A32 5G, as the exponent of Samsung’s cheapest 5G mobile for 2021, start from this price. Keep in mind that the current Galaxy A31 and A41 were released in March this year, so these new 5G variants are not expected to arrive in a short period of time, not even at the end of the year, not to be that the COVID-19 forces to change the plans, as it has already happened.