Motorola Moto G32 debuts with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680, a 90 Hz display and a 50 MP camera for under €250
Motorola has revealed the Moto G32, a smartphone that slots in between the Moto G22 and Moto G42, lower-end options to the Moto G62 and Moto G82. On the face of it, the Moto G32 matches or even outdoes the Moto G42 in some areas. However, the Moto G42 has an AMOLED panel, which the Moto G32 lacks. Instead, the Moto G32 has an IPS display, which measures 6.5-inches across.
Additionally, the IPS display operates at 2,400 x 1,080 pixels with a 405 PPI, an 89.8% screen-to-body ratio and a 90 Hz refresh rate. Supported by a 5,000 mAh battery that is capable of 30 W wired charging, the Moto G32 also has a Snapdragon 680, a 4G chipset that combines with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM. In comparison, the Moto G42 features the same chipset but with a 60 Hz display and a maximum of 4 GB of RAM.
Moreover, Motorola includes its typical 50 MP primary, 8 MP ultra-wide-angle and 2 MP macro camera set-up, plus a 16 MP front-facing camera. Unfortunately, none of these cameras feature optical image stabilisation (OIS). Separately, the Moto G32 measures 161.78 x 73.84 x 8.49 mm and has a plastic back, which helps keep its weight to 184 g. Like other Moto G series smartphones, the Moto G32 also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a USB 2.0 Type-C port.
The Moto G32 will be available in multiple markets, including the Eurozone. According to Motorola, all configurations will ship with Android 12, over which it installs its My UX skin. Prices vary in the Eurozone, with the Moto G32 costing €209.99, €229.99 or €239.90 in some cases. Eventually, Motorola should offer the Moto G32 with 64 GB or 128 GB of storage.