The landing in our country of the new Samsung Galaxy M32, a mid-range smartphone with MediateK’s Helio G80 SoC and 6.4 ″ Super AMOLED screen, is set for next 15 July
The new mid-range terminal from Samsung stands out, among other things, by having a huge battery from 6000mAh with support for fast charging at 25W. Autonomy will therefore be one of the flagships of this Galaxy M32 together with the display Super AMOLED gives 6,4″ FHD+. The latter, thanks to its intrinsic nature, will give away more vivid colors and absolute blacks than any other panel with IPS LCD technology. The possibility of being able to turn off every single pixel will also affect energy consumption, which will be smaller. The operating system adopted is Android 11 con One UI 3.1.
Samsung Galaxy M32: technical sheet
The complete hardware equipment includes:
- Display: Super AMOLED Infinity-U gives 6,4″ FHD+ con refresh rate a 90Hz, brightness up to 800 nit, Corning Gorilla Glass 5;
- CPU: SoC MediaTek Helio G80;
- GPU: Mali-G52 MC2;
- RAM: 6GB;
- ROM: 128GB for internal storage;
- rear camera: main from 64MP + ultra-wide angle from 8MP + macro lens from 2MP + depth lens from 2MP;
- front camera: 20MP;
- connectivity: 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C 2.0, A-GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo;
- battery: 6000mAh with fast charging 25W;
- dimensions: 160 x 74 x 9mm;
- weight: 196g;
- colors: White e Light Blue;
- YOU: Android 11 con One UI 3.1;
- Price: 299€
Samsung Galaxy M32: analysis
The launch price is perfectly in line with what is present inside the terminal. The mid-range SoC Helio G80 together with 6GB of memory RAM they will give more than good performances for any mode of use. Whether it’s spreadsheets, opening video games or extreme multitasking, the device won’t show any particular uncertainties. Clearly, comparing it with a top of the range, the gap could be considerable in terms of speed of execution of heavy programs, but for those who are not particularly pretentious, they can be satisfied with this new Samsung branded product.
It should be noted that the display will support refresh rates up to 90Hz, which results in a higher battery consumption in favor of smoother images, useful for example when playing video games. There is no 5G module for maximum web browsing speed, but the support for 4G LTE networks it will be more than suitable for the vast majority of uses (from downloading / uploading data to video calling). Finally, the photographic sector is of a good standard thanks to the main sensor from 64MP. The front chamber from 20MP it should, at least on paper, offer decent quality in selfies as well as video calls.
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