It looks like the Galaxy M32 is not much far away from its launch. Recently, the Galaxy M32 has cleared on the Bluetooth SIG Certification. Within a few days after the listing, the Galaxy M32 has now shown up on WFA, running the Android 11 operating system. The smartphone has appeared on WFA with the Android version and a model number.
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The Galaxy M32 has been recognized by the model number SM-M325FV/DS on the WFA listing. It is a similar model number where the Galaxy M32 has crossed the Bluetooth SIG certification. The entry was dated as ‘2021-05-20’ (yesterday). Thus, the WFA posting affirms that the Galaxy M32 will run Android 11 on the top. As the gadget boots with Android 11 on the top, it will likewise accompany One UI 3.1 Skin out of the box. The screenshot of this listing is dropped below.
So far, we don’t have any official information from Samsung regarding the Galaxy M32. However, the device has appeared on different certification websites, including the Bluetooth SIG, DEKRA, etc.
Samsung Galaxy M32 Bluetooth SIG Certification
The device has crossed the Bluetooth SIG certification with two different model numbers: SM-M325F_DS and SM-M325FV_DS. The certification has affirmed that the Galaxy M12 will accompany support for Bluetooth v5.0. With the exception of these, there’s no more information available in the certification. Below is the screenshot of this certification.
Samsung Galaxy M32 Specifications (Expected)
The DEKRA confirmation has uncovered that the Galaxy M32 will pack a massive 6.000 mAh battery out of the box. The smartphone comes with a 6.4-inch HD+ AMOLED display. As per the rumors, the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC Chipset may power the device. The camera department includes a quad-camera setup, pairing a 48-MP primary camera, 5-MP secondary camera, and other 2MP sensors. There’s a 13-MP shooter on the front side. The phone boots with Android 11-based One UI 3.1 (Skin) on the top.