Samsung Galaxy M32 appears in the FCC database, which has the model number SM-M325F and is equipped with a large 6,000 mAh battery.
Samsung Galaxy M32 has just passed FCC certification, which hints at its imminent launch. The smartphone has also been spotted on several certification websites, such as the Bluetooth SIG, BIS, and Wi-Fi Alliance. Reporting from 91 Mobiles (June 9), the FCC database reveals that the Galaxy M32 has the model number SM-M325F.
Reportedly, this smartphone will also launch with support for a 15W fast charger and a large 6,000 mAh battery. Given that it is equipped with a 15W fast charger, it is likely that this smartphone will take a long time to charge fully. Unfortunately, the FCC database does not reveal any other specifications for the Galaxy M32 series.
Even so, the Galaxy M32 has previously appeared on GeekBench and revealed support for 4G connectivity. Reportedly, the smartphone will also be powered by the MediaTek Helio G80 chipset. It is hoped that the chipset will also be collaborated with RAM up to 6GB, and it is possible to have a RAM variant with a capacity of 8GB.
The Galaxy M32 will run the Android 11 operating system with the OneUI 3.0 interface. The Bluetooth SIG certification also previously revealed that the Galaxy M32 will support Bluetooth 5.0. Reportedly, this smartphone will feature a 6.6-inch AMOLED screen and has a configuration of four rear cameras with a 48MP main resolution.
Until now, it is not known when Samsung will launch the Galaxy M32 series. In addition, it is not yet known the price that will be priced for the upcoming smartphone. It looks like we’ll have to wait some more time to get more information.