Not too long ago, Samsung unveiled its Samsung Galaxy A32 5G smartphone in several markets. The 4G variant of the Samsung Galaxy A32 has already been launched in India. That being said, Samsung is reportedly working on launching a “new” smartphone, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Jump, soon. The Samsung Galaxy Jump, as far as what we could make out of the earlier Bluetooth SIG certification listing, would be nothing but a rebranded Samsung Galaxy A32 5G and today, we have spotted the device on the Google Supported Devices list and the Google Play Console listing, which further solidifies the assumption. Take a look at the Google Supported Devices listing and the Google Play Console listing for the Samsung Galaxy Jump and find out what it has in store for us.
Samsung Galaxy Jump visits Google Play Console and Google Supported Devices list
As seen in the Google Supported Devices listing and the Google Play Console listing, this is what the Samsung Galaxy Jump will look like. The device will come with a waterdrop notch display which will have a 720 x 1,339 pixel resolution.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy Jump will be powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor, which will be clubbed with 6GB of RAM. There could, however, be more RAM variants for the device as well. Moving on to the OS, the Samsung Galaxy Jump will boot the latest Android 11 OS out of the box.
It is quite evident that the Samsung Galaxy Jump will be a rebranded Samsung Galaxy A32 smartphone. Even the model number (a32x) hints at the same. That, therefore, makes it easier to speculate as to what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy Jump. To learn more about the specifications and features of the Samsung Galaxy A32, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
For now, this is all the information that we have on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Jump and we are not entirely sure as to when the device will launch and which all regions it will be introduced into. That being said, we will keep an eye on the device and keep you posted on the same should we receive any further information.
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