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Samsung confirms multiple leaks with the launch of the Galaxy M32

A new promo for the Galaxy M32. (Source:
A new promo for the Galaxy M32. (Source:
Samsung has just confirmed that it will start selling the Galaxy M32 via Amazon India from June 28, 2021. The new phone is now being promoted as a "Binge Monster", due to its FHD+ 90Hz Super AMOLED display. It also vindicates a slew of rumors by being a quad rear camera, 6,000mAh battery device.

Samsung has just confirmed many weeks' worth of leaks by debuting a successor to the Galaxy M31. Its next generation is indeed quite different in terms of looks, although it remains much the same as the mid-range 2020 counterpart in other ways.

Going by its new tagline ("Binge Monster"), Samsung and has already indicated it will push the Galaxy M32 in terms of what might be its best attribute: a Super AMOLED screen with an FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. It is said to be unchanged in size compared with the M31, although this has not been confirmed outright as yet.

On the other hand, Samsung has revealed in advance that the phone will be powered by the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. Similarly, its new Amazon preview page reveals that its 2x2  rear cameras will have a 64MP main sensor, as opposed to the 48MP lens hinted at in earlier leaks.

On the other hand, this is not really an upgrade over the Galaxy M31 - no more than its 6000mAh battery, however generous given its market segment, is. Then again, this phone's 2021 replacement will come reasonably cheap, at least: it will be INR 14,999 (~US$202) for a 4GB RAM/64GB SKU, or INR 16,999 ($) for one with 6GB of RAM and double this storage, when the phone goes live on its new platform from June 28, 2021.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-06-21 (Update: 2021-06-21)