Samsung Galaxy M32, which was released in India last month, was unveiled in UK on Monday. The Galaxy M32 will retail at £269 exclusively on Amazon.co.uk and Samsung.com later this month.
The Galaxy M32 is powered by the octa-core Mediatek Helio G80 processor and a 6000mAh battery that supports up to 25W charging; a 15W charger is included in the box.
It features a 6.4-inch FHD display with a 90Hz refresh rate, a quad-camera setup on the rear, which includes a 64MP primary, 8MP ultra-wide camera with a 123-degree field of view and two 2MP depth and macro lenses. On the front, the phone features a 20MP camera.
The new addition to Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy M-series smartphones comes with Knox 3.7 security and will run on One UI 3.1 (based on Android 11) out-of-the-box. The phone also features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, facial recognition, Secure Folder and supports Samsung Pay Mini.
Samsung Galaxy M32 (2021) Specs
The Galaxy M32 is available in black and blue colours.
|Display||6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Display (90Hz refresh rate, 800 nits brightness)|
|Processor||Octa-core Mediatek Helio G80|
|Memory and Storage||6GB and 128GB; expandable up to 1TB via microSD.|
|Rear Camera||64+8 MP (ultra-wide) 2MP (macro) +2MP (depth)|
6000mAh battery, with 15W inbox charger (and 25W Fast charging support)
|OS||Android 11 and One UI 3.1|
While the Galaxy M32 launched in two variants in India (another 4+64GB version), only the bigger one makes it to the UK market.
“Since its launch in 2019, the Samsung Galaxy M series has been designed to keep customers’ needs at the core. The Samsung Galaxy M32 is designed to inspire the lives of our young customers and empower them every day. The Galaxy M32 continues to show Samsung’s commitment to providing powerful devices at all levels,” said James Kitto, VP of Sales, Samsung Electronics UK & Ireland.
Samsung also launched the Galaxy A22 for £199 in UK last month. Last week, the company also announced One Watch UI for upcoming Samsung Galaxy smartwatches, which they’ve co-developed with Google. It will allow people to access Android apps via the Play Store and run several Google apps natively.
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