A few days ago, Samsung launched the Galaxy M42 in India, which is basically the Galaxy A42 in the Philippines and other regions. Though the two don’t have any difference in looks and specs, the upcoming Galaxy M32 is a bit of a different case, thanks to a leaked benchmark.
Samsung Galaxy M32 passed by Geekbench with a codename SM-M325F. It’s running Android 11, 6GB RAM, and an 8-core CPU. According to rumors, the M32 could be powered by Helio G80 SoC. With that in mind, we might also see the same 64MP quad-camera and 90Hz FHD+ Super AMOLED of the Galaxy A32. The main difference between the A32 and M32, however, is the 6000mAh vs 5000mAh. Samsung Galaxy M-Series prides itself on the largest batteries offered, so this move may actually make sense.
Nevertheless, we should hear more about the Galaxy M32 in the coming days as it nears launch.