Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
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Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Full Specifications
|Launch Date||Februrary, 2021 (Expected)|
|Model||Galaxy A32 5G|
|Operating System||Android v10 (Q)|
|SIM Slot(s)||Dual SIM, GSM+GSM|
|SIM Size||SIM1: Nano SIM2: Nano|
|Network||5G: Available, 4G: Available , 3G: Available,
|Height||164.2 mm Compare Size|
|Colours||Awesome Black, Awesome White, Awesome Blue , Awesome Violet|
|Screen Size||6.5 inches (16.51 cm)|
|Screen Resolution||1080 x 2340 pixels|
|Bezel-less display||Yes,with waterdrop notch|
|Pixel Density||396 ppi|
|Display Type||IPS LCD|
|Touch Screen||Yes,Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch|
|Screen to Body Ratio (calculated)||82.82 %|
|Internal Memory||128 GB|
|Expandable Memory||Yes,Up to 1 TB|
|Resolution||48 MP f/1.8 Primary Camera 8 MP f/2.2, Wide Angle, Ultra-Wide Angle Camera 5 MP f/2.4, Macro Camera 2 MP
f/2.4, Depth Camera
|Image Resolution||8000 x 6000 Pixels|
|Settings||Exposure compensation, ISO control|
|Shooting Modes||Continuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)|
|Camera Features||Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus|
|Resolution||13 MP f/2.2 Primary Camera|
|Quick Charging||Yes,Fast, 15W|
|Network & Connectivity|
|SIM Size||SIM1: Nano, SIM2: Nano|
|Network Support||5G , 4G , 3G, 2G|
TD-LTE 2300(band 40) FD-LTE 1800(band 3)
UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
TD-LTE 2300(band 40) FD-LTE 1800(band 3)
UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
|Wi-Fi||Yes,Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n|
|Wi-Fi Features||Mobile Hotspot|
|GPS||Yes,with A-GPS, Glonass|
|USB Connectivity||Mass storage device, USB charging|
|Chipset||MediaTek Dimensity 720 MT6853V|
|Processor||Octa core (2 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A76 + 2 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A55)|
|Audio and Video|
|Audio Jack||3.5 mm|
|Security & Sensors|
|Fingerprint Sensor Position||Side|
|Other Sensors||Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer|
Quick Bangla Review Video about Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
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Well, guys, how’s it going in this article? We’re going to be doing a straightforward discussion. I’m going to give my first impressions on the Samsung Galaxy A 32 5g. This phone should be on sale when you’re watching this video; I’ll have links down in the description if you want to check it out for yourself.
The price is around $300. So this phone’s main claim to fame is having 5g connectivity on Samsung’s least expensive 5G phone. But because we’re getting that 5G, we have a few downgrades on this phone compared to the previous generation a 31, but there’ll be some upgrades because we have a more powerful processor. In this, a 32 5g to, of course, handle that 5g connectivity, but it’s also going to increase our general performance and battery life.
We have some minor camera upgrades as well. We also have a whole new design here. Let’s go ahead and jump into the A 32 5g. This phone comes in four different colors. We have this awesome blue here. It also comes in white, violet, and black. This phone also has six gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of storage, which is pretty good for a series phone. We have our device, but that to the side for a second, see what else we get.
In the box, we have our sim ejection tool on the bottom. Here we have a 15-watt fast charger. This phone is capable of 15-watt fast charging. We have a USB Type-A to type C charging cable and a good case at the top of your mind. I love to see that we have a little bit of paperwork here. We’ll go ahead and dismiss that, and you can already see from the case that we have a unique camera design here. Let’s go ahead check out 32 5g.
This is in the incredible blue color. Wow, first impressions of this a 32 5g, this is an exciting looking phone mainly because of this new camera layout. The cameras are just right on the back of the phone. There is no dedicated camera module or camera square to go with this, and if you couldn’t already tell, this has a glossy back, and then there’s also these polished sides with a darker shade of blue to complement the lighter shade of blue on end.
Taking a quick tour around the phone, we have our power button on the side here, which also has a fingerprint scanner built. I love this. We have our volume rockers as well. We have our sim-tray on the left side of the top, and this has room for either two SIM cards or a SIM card and a micro SD card. We have a mic, and on the bottom, we have our speaker, our type C charging port, another mic, and a headphone jack.
But first impressions in hand here this has a nice look to it. But it is a very thick phone at 9.1 millimeters. And it also has a decent amount of weight because it’s packed with a 5000 milliamp-hour battery. But now, let’s go ahead and boot up the Galaxy A 32. Here’s our first look at the 6.5-inch display of the A32. It’s up slightly in screen size compared to A 31, which has a 6.4-inch display. We also have a somewhat different approach to the front-facing camera on the A 32 than the A 31.
It’s more of that rounded teardrop design than the more aggressive teardrop on the A 31 joint not going to make that much of a difference at the end of the day. But in terms of the displays themselves. This is the most controversial part of this new A 32, making some significant downgrades compared to the A31 has had a great display. This will have an OK display, but I’m not the only information in the phone tested out for a while and come back with my first impressions on the Galaxy A 32. I’m ready to share some of my first impressions with you guys. So first and foremost, getting into the phone. I love the fingerprint sensor built into the power button. This is one of my favorite ways of getting into any phone.
You just instantly get into your phone 100% of the time, absolutely no issues unlocking and getting in. But we also have face recognition here, which I’ll show you guys. No issues are getting into the phone, and then we were greeted by the 6.5-inch display. So in my general use this morning, it’s been a pleasing experience. There isn’t anything wrong with a display, but the problem is that it is such a downgrade from the previous generation Galaxy A 31. A 31 has a 1080 p AMOLED destrier. This A32 has a 720 p non AMOLED display, so we’re not getting that crisp text. Suppose you do look at it side by side. In that case, you can notice the text is not as crisp, not as clear, and also the colors are not nearly as vibrant on this non-AMOLED display.
Still, on its own, the screen is honestly fine for day to day general use but jumping into just some public service here, navigating around the phone not going to have any stutters, any lag, any hiccups. We also have one UI 3.0 on board here with the A32, so we’re getting all the latest software features. We have things like Smart View projecting your screen to another display we have quick share basic airdrop of Samsung devices, we have our focus mode, which I enjoy on all Samsung phones. We can also set up options to call and text from other devices like your Samsung tablet, for example, rate software experience here on the A32 jumping into some general use here jumping into YouTube.
I had no issues scrolling through YouTube; there was no lag, no hiccups, or anything of that nature. We have a decent amount of chin here on the bottom. And also, that notch on the top is just digging into the display a little bit, but honestly, YouTube content here has been excellent. Initially, here I’ve been enjoying YouTube on the A32, jumping over to Google News. I also had no issues here. So smooth experience, no lag, no hiccups are jumping into various articles web pages loaded quickly—no problems in the general use here on the a 32 jumping into some gaming now.
I’ve been playing some Stardew Valley for a bit here, and I’ve been thrilled with the experience. There hasn’t been any lag at all. I was expecting maybe a little bit just because this is a lower-end Samsung series phone. This density 720 processor has impressed me, and it’s going to get the job done for anything. It’s a great experience. Looking around back at the cameras, we now have a 48-megapixel wide-angle lens with an eight-megapixel ultra-wide lens; we have a five-megapixel macro lens and a two-megapixel depth sensor.
It is so overall not too much different from the previous generation Galaxy A 31, but we do have a couple of improvements jumping into photos. Here we have our standard, and we have our wide angle lens. You see, we also have two times four times and ten times zoom, but these are all digital zooms try so the quality is not going to be all that great. It is an option.
Nonetheless, we also have a portrait mode looks good. When you’re at the right spot, it’s going to give you the ready up at the top, and then you’re also able to choose how much bokeh or how much blur you would like to have around your subject your portrait shots. We have that standard and our wide-angle in terms of our video again, and then we have those same zoom options. It will also go pretty grainy, that’s how it’s looked for me here, and my initial testing, you can see here at the top we do have our different recording options. So again, we have that two-megapixel macro lens which you’re going to be able to get close to your subject, and it’s going to make for really detailed shots adorable that we have all these different camera options here on the A 32.
I also mentioned it before, but we have a 5000 milliamp-hour battery packed into this phone. So the combination of the lower resolution display and that large battery is going to mean extraordinary battery life, probably some of the best battery life you’re going to get on any Samsung series phone. And that’s going to bring me to my first impressions here on the Galaxy A 32. I am initially impressed with this phone and all the things it’s offering for the price it’s provided at.
However, I am still disappointed that Samsung decided to downgrade the screen down to a 720 p non-Amazon delay. I understand entirely when Samsung uses these lower grade displays in their 170 $180 phones like the Galaxy A 12. But when it gets to this 300 plus dollar price point, I feel like the am OLED display is necessary for these phones. I’m enjoying the OLED experience here even though it is 720 p but for the price and getting that 5g activity, I think it is worth considering for that extra $50 or so to take a look at the Galaxy A 42. It’s very glossy and shows a lot more fingerprints.
So if that’s important to you, that’s also something to consider. But what are your thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy A 32 5g? Let me know in the comments below.
Honest Full Review of Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
People also Query about Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
ans: The overall dimensions of Galaxy A32 5G is 164.2 x 76.1 x 9.1 mm (6.46 x 3.00 x 0.36 inches).
ans: The display size of Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is 6.5 inches (16.51 cm), which resolution is 1080 x 2340 pixels.
ans: Samsung Galaxy A32 5G have used MediaTek Dimensity 720 MT6853V, Octa core (2 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A76 + 2 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A55), Processor.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G comes with Android 11 based One UI 3.0
ans: Samsung Galaxy A32 5G offers 4,6,8 GB Ram and 128 GB Rom.