Samsung is bringing its cheapest 5G phone to the UK – the Galaxy A32 5G will be available in a month. Two 4G-connected members of the A-series will launch before that. All three phones have 6.5” displays with 720p+ resolution, all three are powered by 5,000 mAh batteries with 15W charging support.
The Galaxy A32 5G will cost £250 when it becomes available on February 19. It will come in Awesome Black, White, Blue and Violet. This Dimensity 720-powered phone comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage as standard (plus a microSD slot) and runs Android 11 with One UI 3.0 out of the box.
It features a 48MP main camera on the back, 8MP ultrawide (123°), 5MP macro and a 2MP depth sensor. The front camera has a 13MP sensor. Both front and back cams can record 1080p video at 30 fps.
This one drops down to a Helio P35 chipset and Android 10. It has 4 GB of RAM and 64GB storage (there are no other memory configurations on the British Isles). The camera setup is very similar with a 48MP main module on the back, but with lower resolution sensors in the ultra wide (5MP) and selfie (8MP) cameras.
Finally, the Galaxy A02s will be available “in the coming weeks” for £140. So, you can save £30, but you’ll lose high res main camera, the ultra wide lens is gone altogether. Here’s a detailed comparison of the three phones.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will also be available in Germany from February 12. The price of the 64 GB model is €280 (and €300 for the 128 GB one). You can grab a Galaxy A12 from Samsung.com for €180.