One thing Samsung’s mid-range smartphones do well is the large battery capacity. Most Galaxy A and Galaxy M series phones use 4500mAh or larger batteries. Among them, the battery capacity of Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M51 is as high as 7000mAh, which can last for two days even under heavy use. Now, the company seems to be developing another mid-range smartphone Galaxy M32 with a large battery.
Now, a new Samsung battery has passed the certification of the safety certification company DEKRA. Judging from the battery model (EB-BM325ABN), it can power the Galaxy M32. It has a rated capacity of 5830mAh, which means that Samsung can sell it as a 6000mAh (typical) battery. The Galaxy M32 is likely to be based on the Galaxy A32 launched earlier this year.
Join Our Samsung Channel On TelegramIf the Galaxy M32 is the same as the Galaxy A32, it may use a 6.4-inch Super AM OLED display with a refresh rate of 90Hz. It is likely to be pre-installed with the Android 11 operating system, using the One UI3 user interface, and using the Helio G80 processor.
This phone may have a 20MP selfie camera with a rear 64MP + 8MP + 5MP + 5MP quad camera. It may be a 4G phone with Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C interface and headphone jack.
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