Samsung announced the Galaxy A32 5G back in January, introducing the cheapest Galaxy device to feature 5G connectivity. Priced at just $280, this handset is a rather intriguing one considering the growing popularity of cheap and budget-friendly devices such as the Moto G Power.
The device sports a 6.5-inch LCD HD+ resolution with Samsung’s Infinity-V selfie camera cutout, along with a quad-camera array on the back, headlined by a 48MP primary lens. Powering the Galaxy A32 5G is the MediaTek Dimensity 720 5G chipset paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. Battery life should be a dream thanks to the combination of the LCD display, MediaTek processor, and whopping 5,000mAh cell built-in.
Today, the Galaxy A32 5G has been added to the ever-growing lineup of devices offered by Google Fi. This is just the latest Samsung device to hit the digital Fi shelves, as it joined the Galaxy S21 series, along with the Galaxy Note 20 and a few others. Slowly, but surely Google Fi is building an arsenal of great devices to choose from, even if you don’t want to go down the Pixel route.
If you’re interested in getting a new phone through Google Fi, the Galaxy A32 5G is priced at $279.99, but is only available in one color (Awesome Black). Nevertheless, if you want to pair a solid Galaxy phone with a great MVNO, the Galaxy A32 5G isn’t a bad way to go.