We were not expecting Samsung to begin the rollout of Android 13 for its mid-range phones at this point. However, the company is surprising us once again. After revamping its firmware department, and promising up to four major updates for flagships, the company now began the rollout for mid-range phones before the competition. While some brands struggle to bring Android 13 to flagships, the Korean firm is one step ahead. The Galaxy A53 and A73 are already running Android 13-based One UI 5.0, and now the Galaxy M32 5G joins the list.
One UI 5.0 reaches the Galaxy M32 5G
Interestingly, this is not a 2022 phone, but a 2021 phone. So, at this point, even 2021 phones can expect the latest firmware. For now, the update is covering only the 5G variant and there is no word on the update for the 4G model. As per the reports, the update is covering the variants in the Indian market. But it’s just a matter of time until the company expands the rollout to more countries and regions. In India, the phone is getting the update with the M326BDDU4CVK1 build number.
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The download for the Galaxy M32 5G is around 1.6 GB. So make sure to download it over Wi-Fi if you want to avoid data consumption. As you may expect, the update brings the latest One UI 5.0 flavor with a lot of enhancements. Samsung’s latest skin has a better implementation of the theming engine and more material You influences. Samsung also introduced a bunch of security improvements and enhancements to make the UI smoother. Worth noting that the update also brings November 1 security patch.
The Galaxy M32 5G arrived in September last year with Android 11, it already got Android 12 and now is getting Android 13. The phone flaunts a 6.5-inch HD+ screen and packs a MediaTek Dimensity 700. So, despite the chipset, the phone already ran three Android versions. The phone has a version with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of Internal Storage. It draws power from a huge 5,000 mAh battery with 15W charging and has a 48 MP main camera.