Motorola Moto G32 surfaces on FCC and NBTC databases as another 4G mid-range smartphone
Motorola is preparing to release another cheaper option in its Moto G series. While the company has just launched the Moto G42 and the Moto G62 5G, there is evidence that a Moto G32 is on the cards. Incidentally, Motorola already sells the Moto G22, Moto G52 and the Moto G82 5G, plus the Moto G71s in China. So far, the Moto G32 has been seen on the FCC and NBTC in the US and Thailand, respectively, although there were rumours that the device would be a re-branded Moto E32.
Purportedly intended for India, it seems that Motorola plans to release the Moto G32 in other markets too. Potentially, Motorola may release the Moto G32 in India as a re-branded Moto E32 and as a distinct device in other countries like Thailand and the US. Regardless, the FCC and NBTC confirm that Motorola has developed three variants, referred to by their model numbers as XT2235-1, XT2235-2 and XT2235-3.
At this stage, it is only clear that the Moto G32 will be another 4G-branded handset, mirroring the Moto G22 and Moto G42. Presumably, the Moto G32 will share some specifications with other Moto Gx2 models, such as a 5,000 mAh battery. If that is the case, expect the Moto G32 to launch with Android 12 too, as well as 50 MP primary, 16 MP front-facing, 8 MP ultra-wide and 2 MP auxiliary cameras. Unfortunately, a release date has not leaked yet, but the Moto G32 will cost more than the Moto G22, which retails for £149.99.