South Korean tech giant Samsung has launched a few medium-range 5G phones in 2020 and now the company is planning to introduce some affordable 5G phones in early 2021. As per some new reports, after the launch of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series, the brand may reveal a series of mid-range 5G phones in the first half of 2021. Currently, it is rumoured that Samsung is prepping for Samsung Galaxy A32, Samsung Galaxy A52 and Samsung Galaxy A72 with 5G connectivity and all these models are said to have the 3.5mm audio jack as well.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 was recently received FCC certification. The reports suggested that the phone may be available with a price range of around $370 which is Rs. 27,300 approx. and making it the cheapest 5G phones by Samsung. This handset by Samsung is said to have a 6.5-inch display, triple cameras set up at the back, in-display fingerprint sensor and fast-charging support of 15W. Also, it is expected to run Android 11 OS out of the box.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 is also under development with an expected price of $455 which is approximately Rs. 33,600. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy A72 5G is yet another 5G smartphone by Samsung. As per a recent leak, it displayed off the entire design in full glory. It is expected to feature a quad-camera set up at the back housed in a rectangular module. Also, it will have a centre positioned punch hole cut out for the selfie camera and an in-display fingerprint sensor for safety and security. It might have a 6.7-inch display, probably an AMOLED panel and could launch sometime in 2021. Reports further suggested that the brand will launch a budget-friendly 5G phone with multiple cameras during January 2021 but more details about the phone are hard to reach at the moment.