Samsung has launched its cheapest 5G phone to date, it’s the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, which reportedly runs on MediaTek’s chipset. The handset will go on sale from February 12 in Europe and carry a price of €280, which translates to around NPR 39,000 in Nepal. That’s for the 64GB version, and for the 128GB model, it can be purchased for €300 (~NPR 42,700).
Samsung has not said anything regarding the chipset it runs on, but it’s most probably Dimensity 720. Samsung mentions that it’s an octa-core 2.0GHz processor and has either 4GB, 6GB, or 8GB of RAM. There’s also a microSD card slot for expansion.
The front of the Galaxy A32 5G is all about that big 6.5-inch display, though it’s a TFT LCD panel with 720p+ resolution and a notch which Samsung likes to call “Infinity-V”. We can clearly see that the company has cut corners in this segment with a pretty uncharacteristic panel. Regardless, there’s a 13MP selfie camera in the notch.
If you take a look at the back, surprisingly there’s no hideous camera bump, rather all modules are flushed. Out of the four, you get a 48MP main camera with an f/1.8 aperture. The rest includes an 8MP ultrawide unit with an f/2.2 lens, and two 5MP macro and depth helper.
The phone is available in four color options: Awesome White, Awesome Black, Awesome Violet, and Awesome Blue. Regarding the availability, Samsung is yet to reveal anything if the phone is going to launch outside Europe, though we expect the Galaxy A32 5G to launch soon in Nepal.