Samsung Galaxy F42 5G vs Samsung Galaxy M32 5G: Which is Better?
Not so long after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G smartphone in India, the brand has launched yet another mid-range device and this is known as Samsung Galaxy F42 5G that occurs around the same price range.
As you can expect from the devices, both of them have quite some similar features and yet they have a lot of differences as well. Let us talk about the similarities first.
Both Samsung Galaxy F42 5G and Samsung Galaxy M32 5G smartphones have almost similar display sizes and they both contain Android 11 support as well. Besides, both of them occur in the same RAM and ROM variants while both of them also contain a 5000mAh battery with similar, 15W fast charging support.
- And let us discuss the differences between the devices as well. While Samsung Galaxy F42 5G smartphone has a TFT display with a 90Hz display refresh rate and a powerful 1080p display resolution, Samsung Galaxy M32 5G smartphone has a TFT display with a 60Hz display refresh rate and 720p display resolution.
- If you look at their processors, Samsung Galaxy F42 5G contains a MediaTek Dimensity 700 octa-core 5G processor that is clocked at 2.2GHz. Against this, Samsung Galaxy M32 5G smartphone contains a MediaTek Dimensity 720 octa-core processor that is clocked at 2GHz. Also, Samsung Galaxy F42 5G uses a core One UI 3.0 support while Samsung Galaxy M32 5G contains normal One UI 3.0 support.
- Talking about their cameras, Samsung Galaxy F42 5G contains a 64MP triple rear camera with an LED flash while Samsung Galaxy M32 5G smartphone contains a 48MP quad-rear camera with LED flash. And if you look at the front cameras, while Samsung Galaxy F42 5G contains an 8MP front camera, Samsung Galaxy M32 5G contains a 13MP front camera.
These were the major similarities and differences between the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G smartphone and the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G smartphone that have been launched in a span of about 1 month and occur at similar costs. Which one of these smartphones do you think is better?