With the expansion of the new 5G communication infrastructure, the demand of users is expected to increase and as a result, more products in different categories of hardware with the possibility of supporting 5G communication will be introduced to the market. Meanwhile, Samsung is also a leader in this field and in addition to mid-range and flagship products, it also has a look at the market of economic products.
One of the smartphones with these features is the Galaxy A32 5G, which recently received approval from the FCC. Following the release of rendered images of the Galaxy A32, it is now time for its benchmark to not only introduce us to the computing power of the Korean company’s unannounced product; It also provides information on the hardware used in the Galaxy A32.
Among the published details of the specifications of the Galaxy A32, perhaps the most important feature is its MediaTek 720 chip. MediaTek has made significant progress in the last two years; More companies are using the company’s new chips than in previous years. Samsung is also a chip maker for portable gadgets; But instead of a model from the Exynos series of chips, it will use the 720 Dimension chip for the Galaxy A32 5G.
The Galaxy A32 5G, which came with the SM-A326B model number in the Geek Bench benchmark, scored 477 in the single-core test and 1,598 in the multi-core test. In addition to the 720 Galaxy A32 Dimension chip, the 5G model uses 4 GB of RAM and Android 11 operating system.
The information released about the Galaxy A32 hardware is almost identical to what has been released in the past, which is why the product tested in the Geekbench benchmark is the Galaxy A32. Samsung is expected to use a 6.5-inch display on its unannounced product, with a cascading cutout at the top to accommodate the selfie camera.
The back panel of the Galaxy A32 will have a quad-camera module with a 48-megapixel main camera. In addition to the above, the fingerprint scanner sensor is expected to be embedded in the edges of Samsung’s new smartphone. Other features of the Galaxy A32 5G include a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB-C port. Unfortunately, some information, including the battery capacity of this smart ball, is still unknown.