Awesome screen, real smooth scrolling: Feast your eyes on vibrant details with the FHD+ Super AMOLED display, reaching 800 nits for clarity even in bright daylight. Eye Comfort Shield lowers blue light, and 90Hz keeps the view smooth, whether you’re gaming or scrolling. All on the expansive 16.21cm (6.4″) Infinity-U Display. Awesome Camera, capture every detail: Galaxy A32’s multi-lens camera system takes photos to the next level. Go ultra high-res on the 64MP Main Camera for crisp, clear photos throughout the day. Expand the viewing angle with Ultra Wide Camera. Customize focus with Depth Camera, or get closer to the details with Macro Camera. Awesome battery, lasts two days: The 5,000mAh (typical) battery gives you more time to do what you love—streaming, sharing, gaming and more. AI power management detects and adjusts to your mobile usage habits for long-lasting power. And with up to 15W of Adaptive Fast Charging, Galaxy A32 gets back to full power, quickly. Awesome performance to do more at once: Whether you’re focused on one task or multiple tasks at once, Galaxy A32 delivers a big boost in performance thanks to an advanced Octa-core processor and up to 4GB of RAM. Store more and delete less with 128GB internal storage. If that’s not enough, add up to 1TB with microSD card.
Having intuitive software for clicking selfies and adding effects to improve the overall quality of the image which can be handy for sharing selfies quickly on social media, Oppo mobiles are preferred by people of every ages . Day by day Oppo mobiles are getting updated in better design, softwares and hardwares.
Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
Display 6.4 inches, 98.9 cm2
Android 11, One UI Core 3.1
6000 mAh Battery
Some background hiss
Minor vibrations in ear while walking
Product Dimensions: 159.3 x 74 x 9.3 mm | Weight: 196 g | Manufacturer: Samsung
Main Camera: 464 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/1.97″, 0.7µm, PDAF | Rear Camera1: 8 MP, f/2.2, 123˚, (ultrawide), 1/4.0″, 1.12µm | Rear Camera2: 2 MP, f/2.4, (macro) & 2 MP, f/2.4, (depth) | Selfie Camera: 20 MP, f/2.2, (wide)
RAM & MEMORY: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB | Processor: Octa-core (2×2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6×1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
Operating System: ndroid 11, One UI 3.1 | Processor Brand: Mediatek Helio G80 (12 nm) | Display: 6.4 inches, 98.9 cm2
Battery Power: Li-Po 6000 mAh, non-removable | | Available: Released 2021, June 28
The Galaxy M32 is the latest smartphone in the Galaxy M series, and it is priced starting under Rs. 15,000. Given how crucial the sub-Rs. 15,000 segment is for smartphone makers, the Galaxy M32 naturally has a lot of competition to deal with. Samsung has mainly focused on the display and the battery with this new smartphone, as you can see from its 90Hz Super AMOLED display and a 6,000 mAh battery.
The Samsung Galaxy M32 sports a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a dewdrop notch at the top. It has thin bezels at the sides and the top but the bottom chin is thicker. The frame and the back are made out of plastic. Samsung has curved the frame on all sides which makes this phone comfortable to hold and use.
Samsung has opted for a side-mounted fingerprint scanner which sits on the right side of the frame. This is now a common feature on smartphones at this price point. The fingerprint scanner on the side is slightly higher than where I would’ve liked it but it’s still reachable. The result of such placement is that the volume buttons are pushed further up and you’ll need to stretch your thumb to reach them.
The Samsung Galaxy M32’s screen has a 90Hz refresh rate which helps the interface look smooth and fluid most of the time. I did still notice some stutter when using the phone and it also took slightly longer than expected to load apps and multitask. The Galaxy M32 did receive a software update during the review period which reduced this stuttering, but loading times didn’t change. If you multitask quite often, the 4GB RAM variant might not be the ideal pick for you. The side-mounted fingerprint scanner was quick to unlock the smartphone. I found the display to be bright enough outdoors and the AMOLED display was crisp enough to enjoy watching content on,
I could play casual games on the Galaxy M32 without any issues. The processor didn’t feel stressed and I did not notice any lag or stutter. I did also try Call of Duty: Mobile on the Galaxy M32, and it ran at the Low preset for graphics while the frame rate was set to Medium. The game was playable at these settings without any issues. The Galaxy M32 did not get warm after playing the game for 20 minutes, and it registered a 4 percent drop in battery life.
The Galaxy M32 did not set benchmarks on fire, and its scores were modest compared to other phones at this price level. In AnTuTu, the Galaxy M32 managed to score 160,106 points, and it scored 6,595 in PCMark Work 3.0. The Redmi Note 10S, on the other hand, managed to score 330,650 and 8,242 in these tests respectively.
The Galaxy M32 is equipped with a quad-camera setup consisting of a 64-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The 64-megapixel camera uses pixel binning to deliver 16-megapixel shots by default. For selfies, it has a 20-megapixel sensor in the dew-drop notch. The camera app is what we are used to seeing on other Samsung devices. It has scene recognition that’s enabled by default, and it is quick to detect scenes.
Daylight photos taken with the Galaxy M32 turned out well but did not have the best dynamic range. The scene detection is quick to set the phone up and colours are slightly boosted in the output. You do have the option to disable it before taking the shot. Details were strictly average and text at a distance wasn’t legible. The ultra-wide angle camera offered a wider field of view and managed to keep distortion under check. However, details aren’t the best which is evident on zooming in.
The Galaxy M32 does close-ups very well and manages a soft depth between the subject and the background. Subjects were sharp and the colours were fairly accurate. Portrait shots had good edge detection and the Galaxy M32 does let you select the level of blur before taking the shot. Macro shots were decent but I had to try different angles to avoid blocking light while holding the phone too close to the subject. The output is limited to 2 megapixels in resolution.
In low-light, the scene detection was quick to change settings and the Galaxy M32 used a slightly longer exposure to take each shot. The phone managed to keep noise under control but fine grain was visible in the output. You do get a dedicated Night mode, in which it takes about 5 seconds to capture a shot. The phone also crops into the frame slightly to minimise shakes while shooting. The resulting images have slightly better details in the shadows, but there isn’t a huge improvement.
Selfies were decent, with good details. Portrait selfies were also good and the phone managed good edge detection. Even after dark with a light source nearby, the Galaxy M32 managed good selfies. Samsung has beautification on by default, which smoothens the output, but you can disable it.
Video recording tops out at 1080p for both the primary as well as the selfie camera. Footage shot in daylight did have shakes, and the phone failed to stabilise shots completely. Low-light footage also had visible shakes if recorded while walking around. Video recording isn’t one of the strong suits of the Galaxy M32.
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