Samsung Galaxy A32, Galaxy A22, and Galaxy A12 Prices in Pakistan Slashed; Here are the New Prices

Faisal Rasool

Samsung is offering exciting discounts on its budget Galaxy A series. The phone maker slashed the prices of three current-gen models — the Galaxy A32, Galaxy A22, and Galaxy A12. Here are the details.

Samsung Galaxy A32

The Galaxy A32 has only a single 6GB+128GB edition in Pakistan which had been retailing for Rs. 45,999, but it’s now available for Rs. 42,499. You get Rs. 3500 off this sleek and powerful Galaxy phone. We’ll review what it has to offer.

In a world dominated by camera humps, Galaxy A32’s minimalist design stands out in its palette of Awesome Black, White, Blue, and Violet shades. Its quad-camera features 64MP wide f/1.8, 8MP 123-degree ultra-wide, 5MP macro, and 5MP portrait lenses.

The screen is a crisp 1080P SuperAMOLED panel. It measures 6.4” across, hits 800 nits of brightness, and houses the 20MP camera inside a U-shaped notch.

The 5000 mAh battery inside the A32 delivers two-day battery life. It quick-charges at 15W. An octa-core chip does the number-crunching. Plus, 8GB of memory and 128GB (expandable up to 1TB) round off this hardware.

Samsung Galaxy A22

The A22 comes in two storage configurations — 6GB+128GB and 4GB+128GB. And Samsung cut the prices of both editions. Instead of Rs. 43,749, the 6GB variant is now priced at Rs. 39,999, making for a discount of Rs. 3,750. The cheaper 4GB version is even more affordable now, thanks to a Rs. 3,900 price cut. You can grab it for Rs. 36,999, marked down from Rs. 40,899.

The Galaxy A22 also sports one of the cleaner Samsung designs. It comes in Mint, White, Black, and Violet shades.

Its raised camera platform, which perfectly blends into the shell, houses a 48MP wide lens with optical image stabilization, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and two extra 2MP lenses.

Its screen is a 6.4” SuperAMOLED panel that peaks at 600 nits of brightness but a resolution of 720P. The camera embedded in its notch is 13MP. The OneUI Core and 5000 mAh (fast-charging) battery power the Galaxy A22. The storage is expandable, and the chip inside uses an octa-core CPU.

Samsung Galaxy A12

The A12 is the most budget-friendly in this trio, also offered in two storage options. The 128GB edition originally started from Rs. 33,999, but after a price slash of Rs. 4000, it is now retailing for Rs. 29,999. In the same vein, you can get your hands on the 64GB Galaxy A12 for only Rs. 24,499. It’s Rs. 7800 less than the old Rs. 32,299 price.

The Galaxy A12 screen is a standard 6.5” IPS LCD panel. It delivers a 720P resolution at a standard 60Hz refresh rate. Both the notch and the chin around the display are very prominent. 

The shell wears a matte-style duo-tone finish available in black, white, red, and blue shades. Its four cameras, nestled inside a squarish housing, use 48MP wide, 5MP ultra-wide, and two 2MP lenses.

Unsurprisingly, Samsung is reluctant to outright name the chipset inside the Galaxy A12. But it’s built on an octa-core CPU and powered by a 5000 mAh battery (quick-charges over 15W.) Also, the OneUI Core runs on the hardware out of the box.