: Handset maker Samsung is going to bring another great smartphone Samsung Galaxy M32 for customers in India. A few days ago, it was reported through Amazon that the launch date of this upcoming Galaxy M32 will be launched in India on June 21 at 12 noon. A report by MySmartPrice has revealed that the Samsung smartphone has now been spotted on the Google Play console. As the name suggests, this phone will be an upgrade version of the Samsung Galaxy M31 that was launched in India last year. The Google Play Console listing of the Galaxy M32 has revealed that the phone has a MediaTek MT6769T chipset, also known as MediaTek Helio G80, for speed and multitasking. ARM Mali G52 GPU has been given in the phone. According to the listing, the Samsung Galaxy M32 smartphone has 6 GB RAM, but it is being speculated that the company can also launch other RAM variants. From the Google Play Console listing, it has been learned that the phone will have a full-HD + resolution display and the phone will work on Android 11 OS.
Confirm SpecificationsA microsite has been created for this upcoming smartphone on Amazon, which has revealed that the phone has a 6.4-inch full-HD + sAMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, peak brightness 800 nits, 64 megapixel quad rear camera setup, 20 megapixels. Front camera and 6000 mAh strong battery will also be present.
Samsung Galaxy M32 specificationsAs per the exclusive information received by 91 Mobiles last week, Galaxy M32 will have a 6.4-inch display with Super AMOLED technology, U-shape notch and full-HD + resolution. Let us tell you that last week tipster Ishan Agarwal gave information related to the features of the phone to 91 mobiles. With this, it was revealed that the quad rear camera setup, 48 megapixel primary camera, along with 8 megapixel ultra-wide camera, 5 megapixel macro camera and 5 megapixel depth camera sensor will be given on the back panel of Samsung Galaxy M32. There is a 20-megapixel front camera for selfie, while there will be a strong battery of 6000 mAh to bring life to the phone.
[Attribution to NBT]