A Samsung device bearing model code SM-M325FV, and believed to be the Galaxy M32, has popped up on Geekbench with its key specs.
According to the benchmark database, the SM-M325FV runs Android 11, has 6GB RAM onboard, and is powered by MT6769V/CT, which we know is a part of the Helio G80 SoC.
Geekbench doesn't reveal any other specs of the SM-M325FV, but the smartphone was spotted on DEKRA last week with a 6,000 mAh battery.
The Galaxy M32 is said to be based on the Galaxy A32 4G, which comes with the Helio G80, 6.4" FullHD+ 90Hz AMOLED screen, in-display fingerprint scanner, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 15W charging.
For photography, the Galaxy A32 4G comes with a total of five cameras in tow - a 20MP selfie shooter inside the notch, with the 64MP primary camera on the rear joined by an 8MP ultrawide, 5MP depth, and 5MP macro units.
Details are scarce about the Galaxy M32 right now, but more information about it should surface soon.
If it gets a crappy Chinese chipset instead of an exynos or snapdragon, it'll be game over for M-series. I was expecting sd720g at least. What a waste of a phone.
M32 has 90hz sAMOLED with 800 nits brightness compared to its predecessor which has 60hz and 420 nits. Of course, it is successor to m31