The Samsung Galaxy M32 has practically leaked in its entirety (and by Samsung, no less), and we’ve even seen price information. Despite this, the phone won’t be available until next week — Samsung and Amazon will debut the M32 in India at noon on June 21.
So, some may argue that unpacking videos are premature, yet here we are. The phone itself, a 15W charger (EP-TA200), and a USB A-to-C connection are all that’s included in the box. A SIM ejector should also be included. This is exactly what we expected, and it’s the identical package that comes with the A32.
The video not only shows the components of the retail bundle, but also the phone in use – not that you haven’t seen One UI before, and this isn’t a new version.
As if that weren’t enough, the Samsung Galaxy M32 has also been discovered in the Google Play Console. It appears to be a MediaTek MT6769T chipset, which is the Helio G80. We had previously heard that the phone will instead utilize the G85, which is extremely close to the G80, but the GPU clock speed (950 MHz) indicates that it will be the G80. The processor is coupled with 6 GB of RAM, however a 4 GB version should be available soon.
The M32 will include a 6.4” Super AMOLED display (90 Hz, 1080p+ quality), a 20 MP selfie camera, and a 48 MP main, 8 MP ultra wide, and 5 MP macro camera on the back, according to earlier leaks and official information.
The phone will come with 64/128 GB of storage that can be expanded with a microSD card. The huge battery is, of course, a big draw of the M3x series, and this one doesn’t disappoint with a 6,000 mAh power cell.
On Monday, the Samsung Galaxy M32 will be unveiled for the first time. Between INR 15,000 and 20,000 ($205-$270/€170-€225) is likely to be the price range. Many of the specifications are officially published on Amazon India’s phone main page.