Samsung is bringing its cheapest 5G phone to the UK – the Galaxy A32 5G will be available in a month. Two 4G-connected members of the A-series will launch before that. All three phones have 6.5” displays with 720p+ resolution, all three are powered by 5,000 mAh batteries with 15W charging support.
The Galaxy A32 5G will cost £250 when it becomes available on February 19. It will come in Awesome Black, White, Blue and Violet. This Dimensity 720-powered phone comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage as standard (plus a microSD slot) and runs Android 11 with One UI 3.0 out of the box.
It features a 48MP main camera on the back, 8MP ultrawide (123°), 5MP macro and a 2MP depth sensor. The front camera has a 13MP sensor. Both front and back cams can record 1080p video at 30 fps.
Samsung Galaxy A12 • 48MP main camera, 5MP ultrawide and two 2MP helpers
The Galaxy A12 is available as of today for £170. You can find it on the Samsung UK website (it’s available in Ireland as well at €190), you can check local retailers as well.
This one drops down to a Helio P35 chipset and Android 10. It has 4 GB of RAM and 64GB storage (there are no other memory configurations on the British Isles). The camera setup is very similar with a 48MP main module on the back, but with lower resolution sensors in the ultra wide (5MP) and selfie (8MP) cameras.
Samsung Galaxy A02s • 13 MP camera • 5,000 mAh battery with 15W charging
Finally, the Galaxy A02s will be available “in the coming weeks” for £140. So, you can save £30, but you’ll lose high res main camera, the ultra wide lens is gone altogether. Here’s a detailed comparison of the three phones.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G will also be available in Germany from February 12. The price of the 64 GB model is €280 (and €300 for the 128 GB one). You can grab a Galaxy A12 from Samsung.com for €180.