5G thanks to trade-offs. The Galaxy A32 5G offers a large 6.5-inch display, a big battery, a modern MediaTek SoC, and a quad-camera setup. However, it can’t always outperform its predecessor, and it offers a narrower set of features than some of its rivals.
5G smartphones are no longer rare even in the mid-range price segment below 300 Euros (~$359). Therefore, it is not surprising that the industry giant Samsung has also launched a corresponding version.
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