Yes, I previously owned a Samsung Galaxy M32 handset, which I purchased in June. However, it was equipped with a MediaTek Helio G80 processor. The 5G version, on the other hand, contains a Dimensity chip and other oddities.
Unlike the 4G variant, this gadget is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 insert in 6/128 and 8/128 GB capacities. Regardless of which version the future owner chooses, micro SD expansion will be available, and we can even use a 1TB card.
The Samsung Galaxy M32 features a 6.5-inch 5G display with a resolution of HD+ and an Infinity-V design with a drop-shaped sensor island at the top of the screen. Unfortunately, this is not as much of a blade as the LTE version’s 90Hz Full HD+ panel.
The front camera is 13 megapixels, with a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, a 5-megapixel macro, and a 2-megapixel depth-sensing camera on the back.
A battery with 5000 mAh powers the smartphone, and the battery can be charged with 15-watt adapters. This is also not as bladed as the 6000 mAh battery of the original Indian model. Although the capacity of the international version is the same, it is also compatible with 25-watt adapters.
What was worth mentioning about the phone was the side-mounted fingerprint reader, the One UI 3.1 based on Android 11, and the promised two-year support, complete with a Samsung Knox security package.
The Samsung Galaxy M32 5G will be available in black and blue, with the initial phase of distribution beginning on September 2nd in India, with no information on worldwide sales yet. The 6/128GB model will cost around $280 in local currency, while the 8GB RAM variant will cost $310.