Samsung India Launches Galaxy M32 5G with 12 -band support smartphone in India; Check price and other details
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Samsung in its mid-range smartphone category launched Galaxy M32 5G in India on Wednesday, August 25. Galaxy M32 5G launched in Slate Black and Sky Blue color. Galaxy M32 5G comes with twelve 5G bands for faster speed and lets you stream and share content in the blink of an eye.
Galaxy M32 5G is equipped with Samsung Knox, Samsung’s defense-grade mobile security platform and flaunts premium design to make our users go #MonsterLikeABoss, said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director and Head, Mobile Marketing, Samsung India.
Galaxy M32 5G Processor
Galaxy M32 5G is powered by the octa-core MediaTek SoC Android 11 out of the box with Samsung’s One UI 3.1. Galaxy M32 5G’s powerful and efficient 5G processor results in snappy performance, smooth multitasking, and reduced power consumption.
Galaxy M32 5G Camera
Galaxy M32 5G sports the Quad Camera set-up to capture important moments on the go. The main lens is a 48MP unit. An 8MP ultra-wide lens allows consumers to capture breath-taking landscapes while the 5MP macro lens takes close-up shots in brilliant detail. The 2MP depth camera takes amazing portrait shots. Other features of the Galaxy M32 5G camera are taking multiple photos and video outputs with a single click, Night Mode, Hyperlapse, Super-Slow motion, Scene Optimiser, and Flaw Detection. For selfies, a 13 MP camera is there in the front.
Galaxy M32 5G Battery
Galaxy M32 5G comes with a massive 5000mAh battery with a 15W fast charger.
Galaxy M32 5G Display
Galaxy M32 5G has a 6.5-inch V-display with HD+ resolution. The Samsung Galaxy M32 5G comes with a notch to house the front-facing camera.
To get, Galaxy M32 5G 6GB + 128 GB variant, a user have to pay INR 20,999 and for an 8GB + 128 GB variant, the price is yet to announce. As part of a special introductory offer, consumers can purchase Galaxy M32 5G at an instant discount of ₹2,000 on ICICI Credit Cards and EMI. It will go on sale via Amazon starting 1 pm on September 2.