Samsung released Galaxy M32 and A22 in Bangladesh.
Samsung Bangladesh just released two new smartphones in the mid-range division namely Galaxy M32 and Galaxy A22. M32 is priced at ৳22,999 whereas A22 will cost you ৳21,999. Both devices have single 6/128 GB versions.
This is another addition to the popular M series. With the features of the M22, Samsung has shown a fine consistency in this series. We have an excellent Full HD+ Super AMOLED 90Hz refresh rate display, a big 6000 mAh battery, 25W Fast Charging. There is a 64 MP main quad back camera and a 20 MP fine front camera. There is no 4K recording though. Another disadvantage is that the chipset is a very standard MediaTek Helio G80 one. Yes, there is 6 GB RAM, but Helio G80 is still a pretty weak chipset for a mid-range phone. This is definitely not a performance-intensive or gaming phone. It’s rather an elegant phone for day-to-day usage, some fine mobile photography and content watching.
In terms of software, we have Android 11 out of the bix and finely optimized One UI 3.1. There is a side-mounted fingerprint sensor as well.
This one is very similar to the M32 but comes with lower specifications. There is no Full HD+ display, Just a regular HD+ one which is one of its main drawbacks. On the other hand, you can save more battery by using HD+ instead of Full HD+ so it’s more practical from this point of view. We have a lower 5000 mAh battery and 15W Fast Charging as well. But the Super AMOLED quality with a 90Hz refresh rate remains.
On the bright side, the 48 MP main back camera has OIS. So, you will have more stable photos. But the quality is still behind compared to M32’s 64 MP main camera. On the front, we have a lower 13 MP camera as well. The performance specs remain the same with Helio G80 and 6 GB RAM. Overall, we would say that M32 is clearly a much better choice for just a ৳1,000 higher price than A22