It s so difficult to say just how good the Samsung A32 5G really is compared to its competition, because for all intents and purposes it does not have too much to prove yet. It s easily among the least cost effective 5G phones you will find anywhere. Its closest competitor at the time of writing is the OnePlus Nord N10 5G, which is an a little bit more pricey at $ 299 but also offers some worthwhile external hardware upgrades, such as a better screen, a better camera and so on. So in that respect, it has some catching up to do.
But that leaves us with the question of what the heck are Samsung A32 5G for. Well, to start with, this is no ordinary mobile phone. It has a design very much like the S Pen from Samsung – a rectangular, oval screen which looks about ten times bigger than it actually is. We are talking about a full QWERTY keyboard which houses a trackpad, a decent sized screen and a lot of built in software, including a very nice interface for sending email and surfing the internet.
Along with a full QWERTY keyboard, the A32 features a fingerprint scanner, a microSD slot for additional storage, and a micro USB port for charging other accessories. The samsung a32 5g latter is especially useful, as it enables you to use your smartphone as a computer by connecting it to a host PC. You can then download any of the big Samsung apps, such as Samsung Internet or Samsung Gear Manager. And the microSD slot allows you to upload some of your favourite music and pictures. All told, the A32 definitely live up to its ‘phablet’ title.
So, what does the Samsung A32 do differently from its predecessors? It offers a significant increase in the amount of memory available on these handsets, giving them all the functionality of high end smartphones but at a price that puts them within the range of low end devices. What’s more, Samsung has added a number of features to the A32 to make it more attractive to buyers. For example, there are now free instant OVI images and instant MMS ( multimedia messaging) apps. There’s also a host of security updates and system optimisation packages from Samsung, meaning that your Samsung A32 5G is always ready to take on the world.
Now, we’ve come to the part where people are talking about the A32’s decision to allow Facebook, YouTube and the Kindle to run on its new handsets, but this is something that many people have already asked about. Well, let’s put it to one side for now and discuss how well the security updates and Samsung’s other services on the A32 work. As far as Facebook and YouTube are concerned, well, users can access these services from any PC/laptop that has a browser, so you don’t need to be in a rush. However, if you’re particularly worried about the performance of your A32s camera, then Samsung has provided a flash drive with the device that you can insert into the unit – so if you’re worried about losing some photos or video, you won’t have to go through all that stress.
Of course, the decision to launch the Samsung A32 isn’t just limited to the social media scene. The new mobile has many features that will appeal to fans of professional photography or professional gamers. For example, the touch screen is so responsive you’ll find yourself using it time again when taking such snaps. Overall, the Samsung A32 definitely ticks all the boxes that people would expect out of a top of the range Samsung handset – so we’ll be expecting many more exciting additions to the devices line when they hit the shelves.