The Samsung Galaxy M32 is seemingly close to launch. A report by 91mobiles has seemingly revealed most of the specifications of this upcoming smartphone, and the leak has now shed light to a new device that may join the Samsung M series portfolio, after the recently introduced Galaxy M42 5G. One key takeaway from the leaked specifications is that, unlike the Galaxy M42, the Samsung Galaxy M32 will most likely be a 4G phone and cater to the budget segment of the industry.
Samsung Galaxy M32: expected specifications
The Samsung Galaxy M32 will reportedly feature the MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, which is a generation old and is based on the 12nm fabrication process. It is said to come in two variants — a 4GB RAM and 64GB storage model, and a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage model. It is also expected to get a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED full HD+ display, with a waterdrop notch that Samsung calls the Infinity-U display style. It is this, along with the choice of chipset, that leads us to believe that the Samsung Galaxy M32 will be a budget smartphone.
Other leaked specifications include 9mm thickness, 196 grams weight, Android 11 out of the box and an expandable storage slot that will support up to 1TB microSD cards. To the rear, it is also expected to get a quad camera module arranged in a square layout that has been seen in previous Samsung phones such as the Galaxy F62. The camera setup is said to feature a 48MP primary unit with f/1.8 lens, an 8MP ultra-wide unit with f/2.2 lens, a 5MP macro unit with f/2.2 lens and a fourth 5MP unit for depth sensing, with an f/2.4 lens. To the front, the Galaxy M32 will apparently come with a 20MP f/2.2 camera.
Other leaked details include a 6,000mAh battery, which is in line with the large battery capacities that Samsung has been packing in its budget and mid-range smartphones recently. The device is expected to feature black and blue colour choices, and its press renders have pointed at a striated rear design that will seek to differentiate how it looks from the rest. The only details that have not been mentioned are pricing and fast charging standard, which will like crop up closer to its official launch.