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Samsung Galaxy M32- A Binge Buddy Of Many Tech Lovers

Galaxy M32

Are you a person who likes binge-watching but gets interrupted because of your incompatible mobile phone? Don’t worry, Samsung Galaxy M32 can be your binge buddy. Its outstanding features allow binge performance and long hours of use after a single charge.

Samsung named it a binge monster because it packs an FHD+ display with AMOLED and a 90 Hz refresh rate. Not only this but also it offers 800 nits brightness that gives you an unbeatable experience in both inside and outside environments. You won’t experience a blurred display even in sunlight. Also, it gives a classy look to stand out in the crowd and is available in light blue and black colors. All this you will get under 35000PKR.

Let’s get into the details of your binge buddy!

Price And Launch Date

Samsung Electronics announced this smartphone on June 21 2021 and is expected to launch on 28 June 2021 in India. Although not confirmed yet, rumors suggest that you will see this in Pakistan from July 31, 2021.

  • Price in India: ₹13749 in India
  • Price in Pakistan: Rs. 32,999
  • Cost in Srilanka: LKR41,400 
  • Cost in Bangladesh: BDT. 18,000

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Binge Monster Display Of Galaxy M32

If you are a person who regularly watches blockbuster movies and shows then Samsung Galaxy M32 is for you. It gives you a 6.4-inch infinity U display. And shines like a diamond because of its 800 nits brightness even if you are viewing under the bright sunlight. It gives a 90 Hz refresh rate at a lower price range in contrast to similar range mobiles that offer only 60 Hz. Other moiles offer 90Hz in the same price range like Tecno Camon 17 Pro and Poco M3 Pro. But they are packing lower-capacity battery blocks.

On navigation, Samsung’s M32 smooth motion will definitely impress you but we can say that Galaxy M31 has a 15% faster CPU and smoother performance than M32. Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5 protects it from breaking or scratching if you accidentally drop it.

Samsung Galaxy M32 Specs At A Glance

Price₹13749, 32,999 PKR
BodyDimensions: 160 x 74 x 9 mm (6.30 x 2.91 x 0.35 in)
Weight: 196 g (6.91 oz)
Build: Glass front, plastic frame, plastic back
DisplayType: Super AMOLED, 90Hz, 800 nits (HBM)
Size: 6.4 inches, 98.9 cm2 (~83.5% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution: 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~411 ppi density)
PlatformOS: Android 11, One UI 3.1
Chipset: Mediatek Helio G80 (12 nm)
CPU: Octa-core (2×2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6×1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
GPU: Mali-G52 MC2
MemoryCard-slot: microSDXC (dedicated slot)
Internal: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM
SoundLoudspeaker: Yes
3.5mm Jack: Yes
BatteryType: Li-Ion 6000 mAh, non-removable
Charging: Fast charging 25W
ColorsBlack, Light Blue

A bigger battery that last for long hours

Its bigger 6000 mAh battery power up your binging sessions. You get the voice call time of 40 hours and 24 hours on the internet. Also, you can watch multiple episodes of your favorite series and movies without having the trouble of battery draining instantly. Its battery can last for two days with a single charge.

Further, you will get a 15 W charger on unboxing. But it will also support a 25 W fast charger if you want fast charging.

If you want the same battery capacity of 6000 mAH but lower on a budget then Poco M3 can be your choice which is available for 19,999 PKR in Pakistan. The downside of Poco M3 is its low resolution of 60 Hz and it does not have an AMOLED display.

Galaxy M32 Battery
Galaxy M32 Battery

Quad Camera of Samsung Galaxy M32

Considering the camera, its 64 MP primary shooter with a 0.7-micron pixel size sensor and F1.8 lens captures crisp and clear pictures. Its 2MP macro camera clicks proper details of every picture, 8Mp 123 degrees ultra-wide camera offers wide-angle view without changing the position, and 2MP depth shooter aid in natural-looking portrait shots.

Alongside, the front selfie shooter of 20MP captures gorgeous selfies to post on social platforms. In contrast, Galaxy M31 offers a 35MP front camera, which means better picture quality than M31 You also get customize filters to beautify the pictures and save them in the gallery.

Although camera specs do not make it the best Camera Smartphone, the camera of the Samsung Galaxy M32 performs well, for the given price range.

Galaxy M32 Camera-Binge Buddy
Galaxy M32 Camera-Binge Buddy

Binge on Seurity

The Samsung Galaxy M32 offers Quick Switch, Content Suggestions, and Knox Security. To keep your data and pictures private just double-tap the power key and get into the private gallery. This feature is just amazing to secure data from apps that steal your data. Have you ever seen this feature on any other phone? We haven’t! This defense feature sets M32 apart from other high-end mobile phones.

The Android phones are always loose on security than Apple iOS system. Read our detailed Android vs iPhone article to know more

Key Differences Between Galaxy M31 and M32

  • The battery of Galaxy M31 gives 2 days talk time in contrast to 40 hours via M32
  • M31 supports FM radio while Samsung M32 does not.
  • The front camera of the M31 is 32 MP that is 60% more than the M31 front shooter
  • The RAM offered by Samsung M31 is 6 GB while M32 houses 4GB
  • M31 CPU runs 15 % faster than M32 CPU
  • Samsung M31 supports Android v10.0, upgradable to v11 while M32 supports Android v11
  • M31 packs Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9611 chipset and M32 packs MediaTek Helio G80

We have provided you detailed features and specifications of binge buddy Galaxy M32 along with its comparison with the previous version ‘Galaxy M31’. Now it’s your time to decide which one suits you!


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