For some time now, smartphone manufacturers have had an easier task with introducing new models to the market. You don’t even have to change the name, just add “5G”, which is confirmed by the 5G version of the Galaxy M32 model.
What does the 5G version of Samsung’s Galaxy M32 model have to offer
The built-in modem is responsible for the fifth generation connectivity in the Galaxy M32 5G MediaTek Dimensity 720. The smartphone is available in configurations 6 GB / 128 GB and 8 GB / 128 GB memory, of which the massive one can be expanded with a microSD card up to 1 TB. Additionally, it boasts two color options: Slate Black or Sky Blue. When it comes to its price, it is (depending on the choice of memory configuration) EUR 240 (approximately PLN 1,100) and EUR 265 (approximately PLN 1,210) respectively.
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Galaxy M32 5G comes with 6.5 inch LCD screen and resolution 720 x 1600 pixels and a battery with a capacity 5000 mAh with power fast charging support 15W. For this it offers 48 Mpx main camera, 8 Mpx ultra wide angle, 5 Mpx macro and 2 Mpx depth sensor. On its front there is a turn device 13 Mpx.
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On the software side, we have the Android 11 system, working with the One UI 3.1 graphic overlay – the manufacturer provides us with two years of system updates. In addition, the smartphone offers a fingerprint scanner on the side edge, a 3.5 jack input and connectivity Bluetooth 5.1. We do not know anything about its availability outside of India, but we do know that it will not be available for sale there until September 2.