Samsung is a leader when it comes to offering a diverse portfolio of 5G smartphones, and the latest is the mid-range Galaxy A32 5G. With our written review along the way, we draw your attention to the video split with Will guiding you through the key features of the A32 5G and if it’s worth asking the price.
The Dimensity 720 5G chipset took its toll on the rest of the core specs when compared to the regular Galaxy A32. The screen of the A32 5G is of TFT black instead of the AMOLED found on the 4G model. The resolution has dropped to HD + and the refresh rate is at 60Hz instead of 90Hz on the 4G version. It is, to put it mildly, an overwhelming panel with dull colors and thick frames.
The software page is covered by One UI 3.1 based on Android 11, which brings all the latest and greatest Samsung and Google features like chat bubbles, updated media control and notification history.
Performance from Mediatek Dimsnity 720 was impressive for a midranger and managed to easily handle all apps (and games with lower graphics settings).
Battery life was impressive after 123 hours in our proprietary endurance test. The cameras worked admirably despite the lower resolution of the main shooter compared to the A32 4G.