Octa core (2 GHz, Quad Core + 2 GHz, Quad core)MediaTek Dimensity 7204 GB RAM
6.5 inches (16.51 cm)270 PPI, IPS LCD
48 + 8 + 5 + 2 MP Quad Primary CamerasLED Flash13 MP Front Camera
5000 mAhFast ChargingUSB Type-C Port
|Price in Nepal||32000|
In its Galaxy A and Galaxy M lines, Samsung has introduced a slew of mid-range phones. The Samsung Galaxy A32 4G is one of the most recent A series devices to be launched. There is also a 5G version, but it is a completely different product.
To begin with, the Galaxy A32 has a design that is reminiscent of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S21 series. And the year’s denouement for Samsung smartphones has been the revised camera device. Aside from that, the camera sensor placement appears to be identical. The three big camera sensors stand out against the smaller macro lens and the side-mounted LED light.
Since this is a mid-range Samsung handset, the back is made of plastic, and the screen simply lays flat. The company chose a more rectangular design for this unit, and I had no trouble keeping it. The Galaxy A32’s frame is made of plastic, despite Samsung’s attempts to give it a metallic appearance.
The back of the phone has no reflective pattern or other decoration, which I like after seeing so many smartphones with fancy backs. This isn’t to suggest it doesn’t seem to be attractive. Furthermore, fingerprint smudges and minor scuffs are quickly picked up on the rear. As a result, I recommend that you make a strong argument for yourself. Similarly, despite the phone’s large 5000mAh battery, it doesn’t feel that strong.
The Galaxy A32, like the previous-generation A31, has an in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s not very easy, so unlocking the system takes a second. Furthermore, when unlocking the phone, I had no trouble verifying the accuracy of my fingerprint. Furthermore, I had no trouble using the phone outside, indicating that the outdoor visibility is adequate.
Before I get into the specifics of how the product operates, it’s worth noting that our Samsung Galaxy A32 review unit has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
To put it succinctly, it performs admirably. When I first turned on the computer, it ran smoothly and everything was in order. And, all of a sudden, the phone began to lag slightly when switching between applications or swiping over alerts. As I previously said, I did not appreciate the Galaxy A32’s 90Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, the phone has not received any updates to date.
The Samsung Galaxy A32, like most other mid-range phones, has a loudspeaker on the bottom. Although the audio quality isn’t particularly loud, it never becomes noisy at full volume. Still, it pales in comparison to Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 series’ stereo speaker setup. The call quality on the Galaxy A32, on the other hand, is very good, though I wish it could be a little louder.
A 64MP primary sensor is at the heart of the camera setup. The 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP portrait lenses are accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP portrait lens. A 20MP sensor is located in an Infinity-U cutout on the front.