The Samsung Galaxy M32 India launch appears to be imminent as the support page on Samsung’s India website has been discovered. The website doesn’t really reveal much about the upcoming smartphone. However, it suggests that the Galaxy M32 could be launched in the country soon. The Galaxy M32 is touted as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy M31. The Galaxy M32 support page lists SM-M325F / DS as the model number for the upcoming smartphone. The upcoming handset was recently discovered at the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification body and certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).
The support page for Samsung Galaxy M32 was first discovered by MySmartPrice. As already mentioned, the upcoming smartphone from Samsung has the model number SM-M325F / DS. The DS stands for Dual SIM. The smartphone was also spotted on the BIS certification website, adding to speculation that the phone may actually be launched in India soon.
The Samsung Galaxy M32 was discovered on Geekbench and announced the key specifications of the upcoming smartphone. The device listed on Geekbench appears to run on Android 11 and is powered by the Octa-Core MT6769V / CT, the code name for MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. It can have at least 6 GB of RAM. 361 points were achieved in the single-core test and 1,254 points in the multi-core test. It should be noted that these can be prototype unit scores.
The Galaxy M32 was also leaked on DEKRA last month. According to the certification website, the Galaxy M32 has a 6,000 mAh battery and may support 15W fast charging. The Bluetooth SIG list shows that the upcoming smartphone will have Bluetooth v5.
The Samsung Galaxy M32 is said to be a renamed version of the Galaxy A32 4G that was launched in India in February. In this case, the Galaxy M32 has a 6.4-inch display. However, the Galaxy A32 4G comes with a 4,000 mAh battery. Since the South Korean tech giant hasn’t confirmed any specifications for the upcoming phone, this information should be viewed with a pinch of salt.
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