We have been talking about the launch of the Galaxy M32 5G for a while now. Today, we are happy to announce that Samsung has given us official look at the unit via its launch event.
For those who follow the Samsung naming plans, Galaxy M units are supposed to be entry level devices while the Galaxy A holds the fort for midrange units. Finally, the Galaxy S devices will do the talking when flagships are at the table.
Thus, we can guess that this one is an entry level unit for those that want to get in on the 5G network without all the high costs most manufacturers bring their units at.
Turning the spotlight to this 6.5-inch device which is more than a refresher for the 4G version of the Galaxy M32, we have a stunning Dimensity 720 chipset under the hood paired with as much as 8GB of RAM. You can also choose to get the deice with 6GB of RAM instead, but you get the same 128GGB storage space across both models.
Elsewhere the device can be configured to up to 1TB with an external storage module if you so wish.
Going forward, each galaxy M32 5G unit carries Android 11 (based on One UI 3.1) out of the box, pairs that with a 5000mAh battery and 15W fast charging to boot. The best thing about the Android version here is that Samsung promises at least a two-year update cycle so you can enjoy your device for longer.
On the front of the device is a notch for the 13MP selfie snapper which is not as impressive as the 48MP-led quad camera sensor on the back.
Billed to be sold in colours of Slate Black and Sky Blue, you can get the Galaxy M32 5G from an equivalent of $280, depending on your market.