Motorola has launched a new Moto E32 for the European market, the smartphone priced at 149.99 euros, outlining an interesting choice for buyers with a lower budget, who are looking for a smartphone with a large screen and high battery life.
Presented in two color versions, metallic gray and anthracite, the Moto E32 comes with a 6.5-inch LCD screen, supporting HD + resolution. Cut to the contour of the case and with the front camera applied through the punching process, the screen is betrayed only by the clarity of the image not exactly great. Android gaming enthusiasts are, however, pampered with high brightness and a 90Hz refresh rate.
Delivered in a plastic case, the Moto E32 is a bit more square than other better-priced phones, but the metallic finish gives the impression of a more expensive model.
According to the official list of specifications, we are dealing with a configuration based on the Unisoc T606 chipset (octa-core CPU with 2x Cortex A75 + 6x Cortex A55 at 1.6GHz), helped with 4GB of RAM. Internal memory is limited to 64GB, but can be supplemented with up to 1TB by attaching a microSD card.
The case with dimensions of 163.95 x 74.94 x 8.49 mm houses a 5000mAh battery, which raises the final weight to a respectable 184 grams. Unfortunately, in the absence of fast charging technology, the USB-C power supply is capped at 10W, bringing the standby time to a full charge of around three hours.
Although it is promoted as a triple-camera solution, the configuration is actually centered on the 16MP main sensor, the other two 2MP sensors each coming only to complete the list of specifications. At the front we find a second 16MP camera. The phone can shoot up to Full HD resolution at 30 frames per second.
Unfortunately, the Moto E32 only comes with Android 11 and it is not clear if Motorola will offer the update to Android 12. Already available in Belgium, Motorola Moto E32 will soon reach other European stores.