Samsung’s new Galaxy M32 offers impressive battery life at an absurdly low price.
SAMSUNG has unveiled the Galaxy M32, a smartphone with outstanding specifications and a large battery that costs under £270.
Don’t worry if a £719 top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy S21 is out of your price range. Samsung has unveiled its latest Android-powered handset, which comes with a slew of high-end features at a budget-friendly price. In fact, you can get the new Galaxy M32 for for £269, which is less than half the price of the company’s flagship S21.
So, what exactly do you receive for such a low price? Actually, quite a bit.
The M32 boasts some impressive specs, including a massive 5,000mAh battery that should easily last a day and beyond. A 6.4-inch Infinity-U super AMOLED edge-to-edge display with 90Hz refresh rate technology for super-smooth scrolling and stutter-free gaming is also included.
In instance, the £729 iPhone 12 only has a 60Hz screen, so this is a significant upgrade for such a low-cost phone. It also only has room for a 2,815mAh battery, meaning the Galaxy M32 has nearly twice as much battery life on the go!
When you turn the latest Samsung cheap phone around, you’ll notice a slew of cameras on the back, including a conventional 64MP lens, an 8MP ultra-wide choice for landscape photographs, and a 2MP macro camera for those who enjoy getting up up and personal. Fast charging allows you to quickly recharge the device, while facial recognition and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor make it simple to unlock the screen.
“Since its inception in 2019, the Samsung Galaxy M series has been built with the needs of users in mind. The Samsung Galaxy M32 is meant to inspire and empower our young clients on a daily basis. Samsung’s dedication to producing strong smartphones at all levels is demonstrated by the Galaxy M32, according to James Kitto, Vice President of Sales, Samsung Electronics UK & Ireland.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy M32 will be available exclusively through Amazon.co.uk and Samsung.com later this month for £269.
If you’re still set on the expensive Galaxy S21, keep in mind that Samsung is presently providing up to £150 in cashback when purchasing its latest and finest smartphone. On the basic S21, you’ll get £100 back, and on the, you’ll get £120 back. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”