Samsung unveiled the Galaxy M32 last month – a £270 4G phone with a Helio G80 battery. This model is the SM-M325. Note that the version in India (INR 15,000) has a larger 6,000 mAh battery, while the one that arrived in the UK last week has a 5,000 mAh battery.
Geekbench has a scorecard for a different model, the SM-326, which is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 720 chipset. This should will be the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G. The Galaxy A32 5G is also powered by the 720 and the two models probably share more than just the chipset.
The Dimensity 720 is a 7 nm chip and features two Cortex-A76 cores at 2.0 GHz (and six A55s), a Mali-G57 MC3 GPU and a sub-6 GHz 5G modem that has a peak download speed of 2.77 Gbps. For comparison, the G80 is an older 12 nm design with two A75 cores at 2.0 GHz, a Mali-G52 MC2 GPU and, of course, an LTE modem.
Anyway, the Galaxy M32 5G that did the benchmark had 6 GB and was running Android 11. A dual SIM version of the phone was certified by BIS in India recently, it has a Wi-Fi certification as well.
Considering the similarities between the M32 and A32 4G models, the 5G ones should be very similar as well.