Samsung continues its 2021 momentum with the Galaxy A range and its Galaxy A32 5G; a 5G smartphone that makes some compromises to place itself on the entry/mid-range without however cutting back on autonomy.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is a good entry/mid-range smartphone that unfortunately struggles to convince against a Realme 7 Pro or one Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5Gor even a Galaxy A42 5G if you want to stay with Samsung for a few extra euros. Coming back to this A32 5G, Samsung could have improved the screen or its performance to make it a smartphone that would come out of the average.
- Design original.
- Big autonomy.
- Average and non-configurable LCD screen.
- Average performance (but good RAM management).
- Slow charging at 15W.
- No IP standard.
After a lackluster Note 10 series, Xiaomi is recovering with this Redmi Note 11. The entry-level smartphone from the Chinese firm is a good proposition for those who need a terminal that can do everything, without necessarily excelling. Without performing a miracle, this model corrects a passable photo component in its predecessor and offers a good Oled panel. Finally, its autonomy is very correct in 60 Hz or 90 Hz.