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Samsung recently started to reduce the price of its existing mid-range smartphones in India. This clearly indicates that the company is creating space for its upcoming devices. According to the news, Samsung is ready to release its next-generation devices from Galaxy A and M series. Some speculation suggests the launch of Galaxy a31, A52, and A72 in the region.


The South Korean IT giant has already created support pages for the Galaxy A32 4G (SM-A325F/DS), Galaxy A32 5G (SM-A326B/DS), Galaxy A52 (SM-A525F/DS), and the Galaxy A72 (SM-A72F/DS) on the Samsung India's official website which further certifies the rumors about the release of these smartphones. So far, there is no news, or official support pages for the Galaxy A52 5G and the A72 5G yet, which means that we might not have these smartphones in the Indian market.


While the Galaxy A31 has already been released globally, the Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72 haven't hit any market yet. The Galaxy A32 5G is so far the company's cheapest smartphone with 5G capability featuring a 6.5-inch HD+ infinity-V LCD screen. The 5G variant is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 5G processing chip whereas, its 4G variant is rumored to be powered by a MediaTek Helio G85 processor. The phone features a quad-camera system with a 48MP primary camera at the rear side and a 13MP selfie camera. The device has a USB Type-C port and runs a 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging.


The Galaxy A52 4G and the Galaxy A72 4G features a 90Hz super AMOLED infinity-O display. The phone features a 64MP quad-camera system at the rear side and a 32MP selfie camera. The phone uses a USB Type-C port and 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging. The Galaxy a72 4G features a 6.7-inch display screen and powered by a 5,000mAh battery.



Samsung released a few mid-range smartphones last year, mainly to compete with the Chinese smartphone manufacturers. The Galaxy A31 was one of the phones with a low price tag and all the right specs for everyone who just need a basic smartphone with not-so-heavy usage requirements.


This year Samsung brought the Galaxy A32 that is powered by a MediaTek processing chip, the Helio G80, but the company decided to bring some upgrades to make it a slightly attractive option than its predecessor.


The Galaxy A32's MediaTek chip can handle more frames per second and its the same GPU as the Helio P65 that powered the Galaxy A31 while the clock speed of the GPU is higher this time which makes it capable to provide a higher refresh rate. The Galaxy A32 features a 90HZ super AMOLED display, with a higher-resolution rear camera, and runs over the latest version of Android and One UI 3.1 out of the box.


The main selling point of the device is its higher refresh rate that has been seen mainly on the flagship smartphones until now and that makes it better than the previous smartphones of the same series.


Although there isn't anything crazy when it comes to the design of the Galaxy A32 many people probably will like the phone's exterior look as well. The phone features a 6.4--inch display and looks very cute in the blue color. Not having the camera sensors placed in a separate housing looks even better.


If you are someone like me who doesn't like fancy gradients, this phone is designed especially for you. Like the predecessor, the Galaxy A32 isn't very heavy despite having a massive 5,000mah battery. The phone casing is made of plastic that further removes the need for having a case. The phone is priced around $230.



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