Following the advent of the 5G network’s adoption in 2019, a significant number of mobile phones now support this network. For the first several years of its existence, 5G was only available on the most expensive mobile phones. Despite this, several mid-range mobile phones now enable 5G networks after a number of months of development. However, there aren’t too many mobile phones available in the entry-level price range that enable the 5G network. All of these things will change before the end of the following year due to the fact that even the most prestigious brands currently have plans to launch multiple entry-level mobile phone models. There are rumors that Samsung intends to integrate support for 5G in its devices that are priced at the base level.
Over the course of the past year, 5G networks have been widely adopted in an increasing number of countries and regions. Additionally, Samsung has started including compatibility for 5G networks in its base-level devices. The objective is to ensure that each model is compatible with a 5G network. On the other hand, in comparison to the 4G LTE versions, Samsung has “streamlined” some of the 5G models.
Take for instance the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G and the Samsung Galaxy A13 LTE. Although the 5G devices are compatible with 5G networks and include faster Chipsets, the screen resolutions on these models are lower than those of the LTE models, and there are fewer rear cameras.
It is possible to observe the adjustments that Samsung made to several entry-level models, such as the Galaxy A32. Despite the fact that Samsung will equip it with faster processors, will support 5G networks, and will use 5G as the default option for entry-level versions, the configuration of parts such as screens and cameras will be decreased in order to bring down the overall price of the device.