The differences between the two go beyond network support – the biggest change is the MediaTek Helio G80 chipset that replaces MediaTek Dimensity 720 5G, but there’s also a new screen, an improved main camera, and a better front camera.
The Galaxy A32 4G contains a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate, while the Galaxy A32 5G includes an LCD screen with a 60 Hz refresh rate and lower resolution.
The front camera, located in the extrusion, comes with a 20-megapixel sensor and f / 2.2 lens instead of 13 megapixels, but there is no auto focus.
Under the screen there is a fingerprint scanner, while the capacitive sensor is installed on the side within the A32 5G, and the screen is protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass 5.
The processor includes 8 cores, including two 2 GHz cores and 6 1.8 GHz cores, and there are four cameras on the back with prominent lenses.
The Galaxy A32 brings a 64-megapixel main camera with f / 1.8 lens slot versus 48-megapixel resolution for the 5G version, while the other three remain the same – one ultra-wide at 8 megapixels and two at 5 megapixels for depth and macro.
The phone works with a 5000 mAh battery with a fast charging capacity of 15 watts through the USB-C port, along with the One UI 3.1 user interface operating with the Android 11 operating system.
The Galaxy A32 has 4, 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of storage, but Samsung says: The available RAM may vary by country.
The phone is sold in Russia at 19,990 Russian rubles ($ 268) for the 4/64 GB version and 21,990 Russian rubles ($ 295) for the 4/128 GB version.
You can choose one of the colors: Awesome Violet, Awesome Black, Awesome Blue, or Awesome White.