The SIM slot display on Samsung Galaxy 32 LTE and 5G devices is different. Wherever, the Samsung Galaxy 32 LTE supports up to three different card slots to facilitate the use of microSD and dual-SIM cards simultaneously. In contrast to the Samsung Galaxy 32 5G which is designed based on a hybrid via Nano-SIM (SIM1) + Nano-SIM/microSD (SIM2) slots.
Moving on to the front panel, well here are some notable differences that can be seen. Roughly speaking, both use a front panel with a small notched design. In fact, such a design can be considered a bit outdated as most of Samsung’s latest smart android are ready to support perforated displays. Then, the bezel size on both also appears to have an average size except for the chin part which is still thick.
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Small Notched Screen-Infinity U-Display
Even so, the Samsung Galaxy A32 LTE gives a slight advantage; through the use of an AMOLED FHD+ panel with a pixel density of 450ppi. Not only that, there are also advantages to the LTE version – where the display supports high refresh rates reaching 90Hz. Unlike, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is slightly lower with a TFT LCD panel; and only supports HD+ resolution along with a pixel density of 270 ppi. However, you should also know that the size on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G model is larger than the LTE version. Where, the Samsung Galaxy A32 LTE only comes with a 6.4-inch screen. Meanwhile, the screen on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is 6.5-inches in size.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G & Galaxy A32 LTE Front View
In terms of performance, both provide good display quality results to use. Through it, you can see each content with good coloring along with high brightness levels. In addition, both are also capable of providing a satisfactory degree of screen viewing. Only, the LCD screen on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G model is not as sharp and prominent as the quality presented by the LTE version.