Recently, the Bluetooth SIG certification revealed the existence of Samsung’s upcoming smartphone – Galaxy Jump, which could be a branded version of the previously launched Galaxy A32 5G. And now, this device spotted on multiple platforms, which gives us an idea of its design and key specifications.
According to the information, the Galaxy Jump smartphone with model number: SM-A326K has recently appeared on Google Play Console listing and Google Supported Devices list. These certifications confirm that this model comes with a full-screen display with 720×1339 resolution and a V-shaped notch for the selfie camera.
Furthermore, a MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM powers the Galaxy Jump, and it comes with an Android 11-based One UI 3.1 software system out of the box. Other than this, the listings have not disclosed more details about this handset.
However, the Galaxy Jump will be launched as a rebranded variant of the Galaxy A32 5G in select markets. Therefore, we can expect that it could feature the same specs and design as the A32 5G including a 5000mAh battery, 90Hz refresh rate display, 48MP quad-camera system, a 13MP selfie camera, and more.
It’s worth mentioning that Samsung has not revealed anything about the Galaxy Jump including its launch date and availability. Meanwhile, it is expected that the company could soon launch this device in some countries including South Korea.
Samsung Galaxy Jump (A32 5G) appears on the Google Supported Devices list and the Google Play Console listing.
Android 11#Samsung #SamsungGalaxyA32 #SamsungGalaxyJump pic.twitter.com/z6cRkxL8oF
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) April 19, 2021