Samsung Galaxy M32 5G has appeared on the GeekBench database. Recall that at the end of last month, Samsung launched the 4G version of the M32 in India and in the UK. The 4G version seems to be the rebadged version of the Galaxy A32 4G unveiled on February 25 this year. Now Samsung is trying to launch the 5G version of the M32 and it has now appeared on Geekbench.
The smartphone is listed with SM-M326B model number and it reveals that the smartphone will be running on the 11 Android operating system. Geekbench shows that the smartphone scored 497 on the single-core test and 1605 on the multi-core test. It is powered by the MT6853V/NZA chipset which is the model number for the Mediatek Dimensity 720 chipset.
Geekbench listing shows that the chipset is powered by an Octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz, alongside 6GB RAM. These are all that Geekbench revealed. Since the Galaxy M32 4G is the rebadged version of the A32 4G, we can expect that the M32 5G will also be the rebadged version of the A32 5G. The chipset also hints at this. Geekbnech shows that it is powered by the Mediatek Dimensity 720 which is also the same chipset present in the A32 5G.
Samsung Galaxy M32 5G Geekbench listing
Since the M32 5G will likely be the rebadged A32 5G, we can expect it to come with a 6.5-inches IPS LCD display with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. There could be a 48-megapixel main camera, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. On the front, it could have a 13-megapixel selfie shooter. The battery capacity could be 5000mAh with 25W fast charging support.