- The Samsung Galaxy M32 is expected to release soon in India.
- This phone will most likely feature the Mediatek Helio G80 SoC and 6,000mAh battery.
- The device has received the FCC certification and confirms that it will support 15W fast charging
The Samsung Galaxy M32 has just cleared FCC certification, which means that its launch could be around the corner. The phone has been recently spotted on several certification websites such as Bluetooth SIG, BIS, and Wi-Fi Alliance. An official support page for the device was also published online in India late last month. All of this only means that Samsung is readying to launch the smartphone in India soon, probably sometime this month. The Galaxy M32 is the successor to the Galaxy M31s and is a mid-range phone. The FCC listing (via MySmartPrice) now reveals a few key specifications.
Samsung Galaxy M32 specs on FCC
While the FCC certification for the Galaxy M32 doesn’t reveal any significant specifications, it does confirm the model number SM-M325F. The listing also mentions that the device will be sold with a 15W fast charger in the box. The phone is expected to house a large 6,000mAh battery, as per previous leaks. You can most probably get about two days of usage from the phone, although 15W charging support means it will likely take a long time to fully charge the device.
Like we said, no other specifications were revealed in the FCC listing. However, a recent Geekbench appearance had spilled some beans on the phone’s specifications. According to the leak, the Galaxy M32 will be a 4G smartphone powered by the MediaTek Helio G80 chipset. The SoC is expected to be paired with up to 6GB RAM, but it could be launched with 8GB RAM as well. The phone will run Android 11 based OneUI 3.0 UI, which is what most new Samsung phones are being shipped with.
The Bluetooth SIG listing revealed that the phone will get Bluetooth 5.0. Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the device for now. There have been rumours that the phone will feature a 6.6-inch sAMOLED display, as well as a 48-megapixel quad rear camera setup. However, these are only rumours, and we will have to wait for something official from Samsung to confirm them.While we wait for the Samsung Galaxy M32, you can check out more news about the other upcoming smartphones as well as popular product recommendations on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages and head to our YouTube channel for the latest videos.