The Motorola Moto G32 is a typical budget phone with Snapdragon 680

Oh, another one of those

Motorola has released the Moto G32 in select European countries for EUR 210 (~Php 11.9K). The pricing may differ from country to country. It is a budget phone with a punch hole and also has specs typical for its class, namely the Snapdragon 680 chipset which also powers the G42 and G52. This makes it confusing as one might think the two are significant upgrades to the former. The highest end of the bunch, the G62, is powered by the Snapdragon 480+ chipset. It’s been a while since we heard of that budget 5G chip. The G32 has 4/64 and 6/128 memory/storage options.

Anyway going back to the G32, it has an FHD+ (2400x1080px) IPS LCD measuring 6.5in. with a 90Hz refresh rate. The G42 on the other hand has AMOLED with a standard 60Hz refresh rate. The G52 uses the same display but has a 90Hz refresh rate.

The G32 has two SIM Card slots and an additional MicroSD slot for storage expansion. It has 4G services, Bluetooth 5.2, and NFC. It has a headphone jack as well as USB-C 2.0 port. The phone also has dual speakers as well as an FM receiver, a complete package.

There are three cameras at the back, arranged in the most typical manner possible. There is a 50MP primary module, an 8MP 119-degree ultrawide camera, and a 2mp macro camera. The front camera has a Quad Bayer filter even though it only has 16MP resolution. These cameras are shared among phones of the same series. 4K video is unavailable sadly, that may be a limitation of the chipset or that Motorola isn’t really willing to let you take 4K regardless. The best you can take is 1080p@30fps.

Both the G32 and G52 feature a 5000mAh battery with 30W fast charging. The differences between all the series are subtle, and they are generally just modifications of the base phone. In this case, the G32.

It comes in Mineral Grey, Satin Silver, and Rose Gold. A colour we surely missed since its introduction with the iPhone 5. Motorola’s take on the colour leans more on the gold part rather than the rose part.

We’re yet to see if the phone becomes available in the Philippines.

Source: GSMArena