Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Review 2023 - Spec - Price in USA

 Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Review 2023 - This bright blue wonder here is Samsung's Galaxy A32 5g. At 250 quid, it's a serious chunk of change cheaper than those S21 flagships, but it still has a lot to offer if you slap your Sim inside, including that feature-packed one Ui launcher and a quad lens rear camera.

I've been using the Galaxy A32 5g as my full-time smartphone for about a week now, and while it's not perfect by any means, it is an ideal budget blower, especially for any Samsung fans out there. 

So let's start with the design of the Galaxy A32, and it isn't particularly crotch-tingling, admittedly, although I enjoyed that color choice, which Samsung has amusingly called awesome Blue.

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Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Review 2023

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Design

It's rather fetching for sure, but it hasn't exactly got me dropping to my knees, mouth gaping in astonishment. And here in the Uk, you can also grab the Galaxy A325g in excellent Violet, awesome Black, or awesome white, which one's the most awesome of this fantastic bunch. Well, that's for you to decide.

And like most budget phones, this semi-blower is constructed from plastic, but it is still a rather hefty 205 grams now. After a week of use, the back end of the Galaxy A32 can be creaky in places. And speaking of that arse, there is a very light dusting of excellent scratches after a good few days of full-on use. Although thankfully, the lightweight color option means they are hard to pick out.

And sadly, while a lot of budget smartphones now come with a protective condom case bundled in the box, you get no such thing with the Galaxy A32 5g; Samsung's been a bit stingy on that front, although you know at least they put a charger in the box, so that's something.

And there's no Ip rating for water resistance here, which is standard for budget smartphones under 300 pounds. It's beautiful if it gets a bit moist, a bit of light rain, uh, something like that, but yeah, don't go dunking it in water.

As for the software experience on the Galaxy A32 5g, it's a fresh new Android 11 Os with Samsung's one Ui launcher version 3.0 smothered on top.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G OneUI & Features

It's essentially the same software experience you'll get on those Galaxy S21 flagships. In other words, you get loads of extra features packed here, courtesy of one Ui, including the edge panel for quickly opening two split-screen apps and that handy one-handed mode. Your privacy is boosted with Samsung's Knox features, where you've also got Nfc on board with full support for Google Pay and, of course, Samsung Pay.

You need to get the full complement of One Ui features that you'll find on the S21 flagship. So, the Samsung Bixby routines feature, which I quite like, has been called. You don't get that Dex support for turning your phone into a makeshift Pc when you're on the move, but all the essentials are on board here, so no worries.

As for the storage, well, here in the Uk, you can only pick up the Galaxy A32 5g with 64 gigs of storage, which is proper measly of Samsung once again, after many budget rivals offer double that amount. Even the Moto G30, which costs about 100 quid less, offers 128 gigs of storage. But to be fair, at least you've got support for micro Sd memory cards up to a terabyte in size, which is a feature you don't even get on those S21 flagships, so if you need to, you can expand that space for unlocking your phone. You've got an edge-mounted fingerprint sensor that is perfectly reliable, and you've also earned face recognition as a backup, which works a treat even when it's fighting against the light. So even though it's not an outstanding Ui experience, and you can have a bit of a whinge about the weedy amount of storage space, I enjoyed my time with the Galaxy A32 5g. It's got all the features in there that you would expect it to have.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Display (720p? Huh??)

Now if I'm going to wind you about something else here, it might as well be about the Galaxy A32 6.5 inch Pls screen, which is a letdown at this price point compared with the competition. It's the same cheapy display found on the considerably more affordable Galaxy A12 with that essential 720p resolution for 250 quid; I'd certainly expect a full Hd display, but to be fair, the standard Hd visuals here are good enough for enjoying full-length movies, and you've got the requisite wide vinyl one support for Netflix. There's a sense of making do here, though, and many rival smartphones from the likes of Xiaomi and Real Me at this price point offer at least a 90 Hertz refresh for it. Sometimes, even 120 Hertz refresh here on the Galaxy A32 5g. It's bog standard 60. if you want things to look nice and smooth, you'll have to look elsewhere.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Price in USA

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Price in USA $279.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Audio

You may also get a model speaker here for your media, but at least it packs a punch on that top volume. It's super loud, and you get good clarity as well. It could sound better, and another area where the Ear32 5g trumps the S21 flagships is that you get a proper headphone jack stuck away below. And if you prefer to go wireless, we have full Bluetooth 5.0 support, so there are no worries on that front either. This phone formed a strong bond with speakers and headphones, and the connections stayed strong even when I was drifting around between rooms.

Now the performance side of things, you've got What a MediaTek's dimensionally 720 chipsets stuffed away in here, backed by a not particularly great four gigs of RamRam.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Performance & Gaming

I did see the occasional pause or jankiness from the Galaxy A32, although nothing horrendous at all, and it was scarce.

Just like skipping from one up to another, there'd sometimes be a slight pause; occasionally, I try and hurriedly open up the camera app if you know your kid or your pet or whatever's doing something cute. It'll just take that little bit of extra time that you were really hoping it wouldn't And speaking of that camera app, I did see it crash a couple of times as well, which was pretty bloody annoying, but still, it was only the very occasional bit of jankiness.

Overall, the Galaxy A32 behaved, and gaming was a reliably smooth experience too. Call of Duty tops off at medium detail settings, but I didn't see any judders, even during intense sessions. You've also got Samsung's game booster feature, which serves up the nifty priority mode and prevents you from being disturbed by messages and other notifications—help when you're trying to blast your mates into tiny, wet chunks. As for the battery life, that's certainly not a concern at all.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Battery life

The Galaxy A32 5g packs a 5 000 milliamp cell. Between that and the fact you've got that power-efficient Mediatek chipset, the lower-powered 720p display means that you'll easily keep going all day long without running dry. Even with about five to six hours of screen time, lots of media streaming in the background, and lots of intensive use at the end of the day, I'd still have around 30 battery remaining. Although, Samsung's 15-watt fast charging isn't going to win any awards anytime soon.

Let's look at that quad lens camera tech headed by a 48-megapixel sensor that is fine and dandy for everyday photography. In auto mode, This grabs 12-megapixel snaps, using the four-in-one pixel binning to produce bright, clean-looking picks.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Camera test

You can also bump up to that maximum 48-megapixel resolution in the camera settings. Still, even at 12 Meg, I found enough detail packed into your shots to make them look good when you blow them up onto a laptop screen, a monitor, or even a Tv.

The Galaxy A32 cops well with intense light and sharp contrast, certainly handling them better than previous A series phones like the A51, although indoor shots still look pretty soft and can be fuzzy if you and your subject don't keep still. However, when outdoors in good light, this phone can handle fast-moving stuff like small children who've just consumed their double Mr. Whippy with flake and sprinkles.

You've got an eight-megapixel ultra wide-angle shooter, which doesn't capture as much detail but also does a respectable job of keeping those natural-looking colors while offering you a different view of the action. There's also a two-megapixel depth sensor, which helps pump out some attractive-looking photos with scalable bokeh action in the background. 

Maybe don't get your kids to take the shot because, yeah, last up, you've also got a 5-megapixel macro lens, which isn't as bad as some I've tried. You can generally get a sharp shot without too much effort. There is a persistent and annoying bug here in the camera app, though, when you flick to the mall section to load up a different camera mod. A bugger. all happens. That is, until you stop piddling about with the orientation, and eventually, all those missing camera mods magically will pop up on the screen.

You've got a few good features thrown in here, like the night mode, which could be more impressive than the Xiaomi equivalent. Still, it can brighten up a snap in low light, and you've got a proper pro mode in here as well, which is good for messing around with some of the individual settings and just tweaking a photo just so if you switch to video mode, the Galaxy A32 5 g continues to impress. You can shoot up to 4k resolution ultra Hd home movies, and the overall quality suits this price point.

 Even strong sunlight doesn't throw off the A32, while audio is cleanly picked up both in front and behind the lens. Unfortunately, unlike that rear cam, the A32's 8-megapixel selfie camera struggles in bright light, often producing soft shots or simply oversaturating the image to look proper arse. But if you take the time to get your angles right, you'll get a decent idea, complete with a bit of portrait mode action again, if you like.

So that's my full review of Samsung's Galaxy A32 5g after using it as my full-time smartphone for about a week.

Last word

If Samsung had slapped a full Hd 90 Hertz display on this thing and been less stingy regarding the storage and the RamRam, I would be well on board with it. It would undoubtedly be a solid rival to Xiaomi's Me 10t Light, which is still one of my favorite budget smartphones around that sort of 200-pound price point. That said, if you like Samsung's way of doing things, prefer a bit of one Ui actions like some real Me Ui and Miui 12, then definitely jump on board; so, have you?

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