Motorola recently unveiled its new budget phone called Moto G32; A product with a 90 Hz display and a Snapdragon 680 chip, which shows that this phone has a relatively low hardware power. It has not yet arrived, but it is still known as a reliable brand among users. The company has many smartphones in all categories, but in the economic sector, its product portfolio is a little more crowded. Recently, a new phone named Moto G32 has been unveiled, which is an economy in every sense.
Moto G32 is only priced at 210 Euros and it is going to be sold in India, a series of European and Latin American markets. reach Of course, it is very likely that we will see the unveiling of this product in other markets because it supports 4G technology and it should definitely be present in markets that do not yet have the chance to experience 5G technology.
An interesting point is that in There is a relationship with the price of this product is that the Moto G42 was launched at exactly the same price. The Moto G52 was priced around the same (250 euros), similar to the Moto G62. This is despite the fact that these phones are not much different from each other. Especially G32, G42 and G52, all three models use the Snapdragon 680 chip as the beating heart. We don't know what Motorola's purpose is in designing these phones so much alike, but with the presence of the G32, everything has become more crowded and confusing in the economic sector.
Snapdragon 680 is slightly more powerful than Mediatek Helio G85 in terms of processing, but it lacks in graphics. This has also made us consider it a relatively weak chip, which, of course, is quite suitable for handling daily tasks. Along with 4.6 GB of RAM memory and 64.128 GB of internal memory, this phone should also show acceptable performance in performing light tasks at the same time.
There are good reasons why you might want to choose this phone over the more powerful G42 model in terms of name. One of these reasons is the 6.5-inch screen of this phone, which has an LCD panel and the image resolution reaches FHD+. Most importantly, the refresh rate of the screen is 90 Hz. While the G42 has a 6.4-inch display with a 60Hz refresh rate.
The Moto G32 uses a 5,000 mAh battery, just like the G42 and G52, but only the last model and this phone have a fast charger. They support 30 watts to match the second reason for preferring this phone to the G42. In simpler terms, G32 can be considered as a cheaper model of G52 with LCD display.
In the camera section There is no special difference compared to the other two models (even the G62 5G). That is, the main 50-megapixel camera with a sensor size of 1.2.76 inches, along with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide and 2-megapixel macro on the back panel, play a role in photography and videography. On the front panel, we see a hole in the center of the screen, inside which a 16-megapixel selfie camera is installed. We don't know if it's due to processor limitations or something else, but the resolution of the camera is limited to 1080P and the speed is 30 frames per second.
The phone supports two SIM cards, has a separate port for a memory card, supports 4G internet, uses NFC and Bluetooth 5.2, is charged through the USB-C port, and most importantly, it is powered by Jack 3. It also supports the popular 5 mm. Stereo speakers and FM radio are among the other features of this phone. It is 161.8 x 73.9 mm and weighs 184 grams. The body of the phone shows good resistance against water drops and does not allow water to penetrate inside, but the waterproof standard is not observed. The Moto G32 will be available at a price of 210 euros and will be available in gray, silver and rose gold colors, and apparently the contents inside the box will be different depending on the market.