Samsung Galaxy A32 4G in for review
This is the Samsung Galaxy A32 4G, and it’s the middle child in this year’s A-series – sitting about halfway between the A02 and A72.
It comes in a simple package with a 15W charger and a USB cable. Unfortunately, there is no protective case in the box.
Not to be confused with the Galaxy A32 5G, which despite the support of the next generation network is the definitely less capable device. While the 5G model has a TFT screen with 60Hz refresh rate, 48MP main camera and 13MP selfie camera, the 4G we have here has an AMOLED screen with 90Hz refresh rate, a 64MP main camera and a 20MP selfie camera.
The back panel has an interesting design. The camera lenses are the only thing to stick out from and there is no camera island. The simple gray color is appealing, but the finish is glossy, which leads to more retention of fingerprints than on the matte Galaxy A52 4G we also have in the office.
The latest key feature of the Galaxy A32 4G is the ample 5,000 mAh battery, which the paired with 6.4-inch screen should provide ample operating time.
We are testing all of this and more in our review, which should arrive sometime next week! Stick around!