One of Samsung’s most popular phones, the Samsung Galaxy A32, is no longer available from any carrier, nor are any upgrades or replacements being offered.
When it debuted last year, the Galaxy A32 was the least expensive Samsung 5G phone. For $279.99, it promises good performance (for the price range) and long battery life.
Since the A32’s release about 18 months ago, T-Mobile and AT&T have stopped making it available to their customers. This information was discovered by research firm Wave7 (via PCMag).
Is Samsung arranging for the Samsung Galaxy A32 to go on sale at T-Mobile and AT&T?
Since smartphones come and go, the fact that the Galaxy A32 5G is no longer offered by T-Mobile and AT&T shouldn’t come as much of a shock, especially given how old the device is.
However, a carrier typically removes a top-selling product from the shelf to create a way for the follow-up. And as of the right moment, neither AT&T nor T-Mobile are carrying the Galaxy A33.
Customers who might want a cheap Samsung 5G phone from T-Mobile or AT&T can now either downgrade to the Galaxy A13 5G for hardly $250 or pay roughly around $450 for the Galaxy A53 5G.
Customers might alternatively wait for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Samsung to release the sequel, but since there is currently no information on when it will be available, they may decide to go elsewhere for a substitute.
And Samsung will not like that. OnePlus is already well-liked on the T-Mobile network, despite the N20 5G’s inability to compete with the Galaxy A33. The price and spec difference between these two competing smartphones becomes less significant, though, if the A33 is not made available.
This could indicate that T-Mobile and AT&T in the US will soon offer the Galaxy A33 5G. Samsung’s Galaxy A32 is a model that is widely used. The Galaxy A32 5G was given away by T-Mobile for a short while, and it was also the major prize in one of our contests from the previous year.