Buying a cheap phone is much easier than before and there are some excellent choices that do not require a heavy expense. Samsung has particularly developed a number of affordable devices this year alongside its high-end Galaxy S series.
The latest addition to the M series in the UK is the M32, a £ 279 Android phone which borrows a few key features from the brand’s most expensive devices.
Samsung Galaxy M32 functions
Among these is an OLED display, a screen technology that gives you deeper blacks and punchier colors than more traditional LCDs. While OLED panels are now found in many cheaper phones, it’s still good to see Samsung use this technology across its entire range.
As with OLED use, it’s also nice to see the 6.4-inch M32 display refreshed at 90Hz. This adds an extra smooth shot on a 60Hz display.
Understand the M32 and there is an 8MP ultrawide camera with a 123 degree field of view with a 64MP main camera. There’s also a 2MP macro and a 2MP depth camera, both of which are no more powerful than the device. We are rarely impressed by the type of sensors even in the most expensive phones.
There is a 20MP selfie camera on the front and Samsung said there are software changes that allow you to create your own filters for photos. You can also use this front camera to unlock the face.
Specifications and design Samsung Galaxy M32
In terms of other specifications, the M32 has a 5000mAh battery with 25w charge, an FHD + resolution and 6GB RAM / 128GB of memory.
While we haven’t seen the device for ourselves, it looks a lot like any entry in the M series. There’s a larger border around the screen than you might find on more expensive devices and the front-facing camera sits on it. the central notch.
The Samsung Galaxy M32 will be available for purchase later in July from Amazon and the Samsung store. It will cost you £ 269, which puts it in the spotlight of other phones in ours better good phone list.
It could be a few months busy for Samsung, with the Korean company waiting to release it Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 at an Unpacked event in August. We can also see the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE at some stage, although rumors suggest that this may have been delayed.
There’s nothing exceptional here, but it’s nice to see Samsung bring some nice features like OLED, 90Hz refresh rate and fast charging to cheaper devices in its range.