Samsung Galaxy M32 has already been launched in Nepal with the Helio G80 chipset, and now the company has arrived with an updated 5G version — Galaxy M32 5G.
Samsung, for the sake of 5G, has compromised a bit on the other aspect, but you still get a decent Dimensity 720 chipset on the Galaxy M32 5G. The phone has either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage which is expandable via a microSD card up to 1TB.
The front of the Galaxy M32 5G gets a 6.5-inch HD+ display, a compromise from the standard M32’s 90Hz FullHD+ screen. There’s a notch at the top which holds a 13MP camera, and the back has a quad-camera setup with a 48MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide, 5MP macro, and 2MP depth sensor.
Out of the box, you’ll get Android 11 with One UI 3.1 which Samsung says will have at least two years of OS upgrade. There’s also Samsung’s Knox Security and the Alt Z mode. The Alt Z mode is made to switch between main and private mode by double-pressing the side button.
Another downgrade can be seen in terms of the phone’s battery — the Galaxy M32 5G comes with a 5,000mAh with 18W charging battery instead of a 6,000mAh on the Indian variant with the same charging speed. However, if you compare it with the international variant of the M32, there’s a 5,000mAh battery but a quicker 25W charging speed.
Besides that, there’s a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as usual; support for 12 5G bands; and two color options: Slate Black and Sky Blue.
To sum it up, we can clearly see that the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G is just a rebranded Galaxy A32 5G launched back in January.
Samsung Galaxy M32 5G Price and Availability
For the price, the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G starts at INR 20,999 (around NPR 35,000 in Nepal) for the 6GB/128GB variant. For the 8GB/128GB variant, the price is set at INR 22,999 (~NPR 37,000).
Sales begin from September 2 in India via Samsung’s official website and Amazon India, though we are yet to know if it’s launching in Nepal or not.