For the past year, 5G networks have become increasingly popular in a growing number of countries and regions. Samsung has also begun to support 5G in entry-level models, to make all models compatible with the 5G network. However, Samsung has “streamlined” some of the 5G models in comparison to those for 4G LTE.
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Take, for instance, the Galaxy A13 5G and Galaxy A13 LTE. Despite having faster processors and supporting 5G networks, 5G models have lower screen resolutions than LTE models and fewer rear cameras.
Samsung has made changes to various entry-level models like the Galaxy A32.
Samsung will provide it with faster processors, support for 5G networks, and make 5G the default option for entry-level models.
However, to cut costs, the configuration of components like screens and cameras will be reduced.
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