Moto E32s: Motorola unveils new budget smartphone with a €149.99 launch price
Motorola has introduced the Moto E32s, another entry in the Moto E series that arrives under two weeks after the Moto E32. Unsurprisingly, the Moto E32 and Moto E32s share a few common elements, although there are differences for and against the Moto E32s. Nonetheless, Motorola has price-matched the Moto E32 and Moto E32s at €149.99.
On the one hand, the Moto E32s ships with Android 12, up from Android 11 in the Moto E31. Presumably, this also means that Motorola will cease software support on a later version of Android for the Moto E32s than the Moto E32. However, Motorola equips the Moto E32s with the MediaTek Helio G37, an octa-core chipset with a PowerVR GE8320 GPU. According to our database, the MediaTek Helio G37 performs significantly worse than the Unisoc Tiger T606 in the Moto E32.
Additionally, Motorola equips the Moto E32s with a 6.5-inch IPS display that resolves at 1,600 x 720 pixels with a 268 PPI and at 90 Hz. Like the Moto E32, the Moto E32s also has a 5,000 mAh battery that it can recharge at 18 W; Motorola has not confirmed memory configurations yet. Still, Motorola has announced that the Moto E32s has a 16 MP primary camera, along with dual 2 MP sensors and an 8 MP front-facing camera. The Motorola Moto E32s will be available first in Europe, where it will launch in Slate Grey and Misty Silver colour options. Motorola adds that the Moto E32s will launch in India and Japan 'in the coming weeks' too.