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Samsung Galaxy A32 5G First Impression

 First Impression Samsung Galaxy A32 Malaysia

It has been an interesting start to 2021 for the smartphone market, and for this year, I will be sharing my first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G smartphone.

I have also been a Samsung Galaxy S series user for many years, and this year, I thought I would try something different for my daily smartphone use, especially for photography.

So, time to change things around for 2021 and here is a review specially done for those who wonder what the medium-range Samsung phones are like.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G First Impression

Since I have been reviewing Samsung smartphones for many years now, I have decided to do a review for the general middle-market users who do not seek high-end models.

Malaysia Unboxing Galaxy A32 5G
After unboxing the Galaxy A32 5G.

Therefore, you should know that Samsung makes smartphones for all kinds of markets and budgets, and in most cases, most people always want the best models, but can they afford it?

This first impression of the Galaxy A32 5G will showcase why the smartphone is great as an upgrade or even as your first Samsung smartphone.

So far, my first impression of this smartphone has been pretty interesting, considering that I have used it for some photography in early April 2021. I will have another article on that in the coming weeks.

Original Seal on Samsung Smartphone Boxes
The original seal secures the smartphone box.

Before I continue, I would like to highlight that Samsung now provides a special seal on each smartphone box to assure originality. So, when I got my handset, it came with a nice seal as above.

Overall, the A32 5G is something that works for anyone in general. Moving down from the S10 Plus to this model was also quite easy because most of the functions are similar.

What I found most interesting is that the phone's display is 0.1 inches larger than the S10 Plus, and the battery is 900 mAh more. For the price, I got 6GB versus 8GB on my previous model in terms of ram and storage.

Photo from Galaxy A32 5G
A non-edited photo taken using the Galaxy A32 5G at Shah Alam Botanical Garden.

The only letdown for me was the screen resolution which is 720 x 1600 pixels compared to my 1440 x 3040 on the S10 Plus. But this is not an issue because the new technology comes with HD+ TFT Infinity-V.

You will be happy to know that the front camera comes loaded with a 13-megapixel lens with f2.2 and wide-angle mode for selfie lovers.

All the other technical specifications will not be highlighted because most of them do not apply to the general user. We just need to know if the phone is fast, the camera is good, and the storage is enough.

And finally, the price is one-third of the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which makes perfect sense for anyone with a budget and wants something in-between.

Malaysia Galaxy A32 5G Colours
The colours that are available for the Galaxy A32 5G.

Where to Buy the Galaxy A32 5G?

You can buy the Galaxy A32 5G phone from the official Samsung website, where they may have ongoing promotions or freebies thrown in. While there, you can also check out other models.

As an alternative, you can also take advantage of the many promotions by telco companies or even buy the smartphone from third party smartphone resellers around Malaysia.

First Impression Galaxy A32 5G
The A32 5G before peeling off the plastic protective layer.
Review of Galaxy A32 5G Malaysia
Back of the A32 5G with the Awesome Blue colour.
Malaysia Galaxy A32 5G Smartphone
Both Awesome Blue and Awesome Violet colours.


Here's my final verdict, and it all falls down to your budget. If you are working on a strict budget and want to upgrade your old smartphone to an up-to-date model, the Galaxy A32 5G is recommended.

The good thing is that this smartphone cost less than RM1200 and has similar functions to its higher-end models like the A52, A72 or even the majestic S21.

At the end of the day, the Galaxy A32 5G first impression was pretty unique as I never expected the model to pack in so much for so little.

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