In June, Samsung announced the presence of its new mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy M32 which comes with the Helio G80 chipset. But the smartphone still comes with 4G network support.
This is what makes Samsung interested in presenting the 5G variant of the Galaxy M32, whose specifications currently appear on the Geekbench benchmark site.
It is stated that the device that comes with the code name SM-M326B comes with a different chipset, Dimensity 720, although it is still with the same manufacturer, MediaTek.
In terms of specifications, Dimensity 720 itself is a 7nm chipset equipped with 2 Cortex-A76 speeds of 2.0GHz, a Mali-G57 GPU, and a 5G sub-6 GHz modem that can support download speeds of up to 2.77 Gbps.
The smartphone, which is predicted to come with the name Galaxy M32 5G, managed to get a score of 497 for Single-Core and 1,605 for Multi-Core, quite good for a smartphone in the mid-range category.
In addition, it is stated that the Galaxy M32 5G will come with 6GB of RAM and run the Android 11 operating system. Unfortunately, there is no information regarding the battery capacity or the rear camera setup.
Let’s wait for official information from Samsung regarding the 5G version of the Galaxy M32. Do you prefer the 4G or 5G variant? Write your opinion in the comments column below!