Motorola Moto E32: Budget Android smartphone launches with a few intriguing features
Motorola has revealed the Moto E32, an entry-level smartphone powered by the UNISOC T606 chipset. For reference, the UNISOC T606 relies on two ARM Cortex-A75 CPU cores, plus another six Cortex-A55 cores. All eight cores peak at 1.6 GHz and are complemented by a Mali-G57 MP1 GPU that peaks at 650 MHz.
Elsewhere, the Moto E32 has a 6.5-inch display that resolves at 720 x 1,600 pixels with a 268 PPI, a 20:9 aspect ratio and a 90 Hz refresh rate. According to Motorola, it has also included a 5,000 mAh battery, which may explain the device's 184 g weight. Incidentally, the Moto E32 measures 163.95 x 74.94 x 8.49 mm, partly because of its large display.
Furthermore, the Moto E32 comes with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a 16 MP primary camera and dual 2 MP sensors. Like other budget Motorola handsets, the Moto E32 ships with an 8 MP front-facing sensor too, as well as Andriod 11.
The Moto E32 is already orderable in Germany, where it retails for €149.99. Currently, Motorola only offers the handset in Misty Silver with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of expandable storage. However, a Slate Grey colourway will be available eventually, which we have included above.