How low can 5G phones go? Samsung’s Galaxy A32 may hold the answer

July 29, 2020

Considering that most 5G-enabled smartphones released in 2019 and early 2020 either circled or well exceeded the $1,000 retail pricing mark, we were understandably impressed by the affordability of the Snapdragon 765-powered Motorola Edge, Samsung Galaxy A71 5G, or LG Velvet, not to mention the OnePlus Nord.

Of course, we’ve also known for quite some time that several handset vendors are eyeing sub-$600 and even sub-$400 price points for 5G-capable devices packing Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 690 or MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 chipset. Samsung, for instance, is rumored to be working on a Galaxy A42 5G model with a huge battery under its hood, as well as a presumably even lower-end Galaxy A32 5G.

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