Motorola makes budget-friendly Moto G32 official with 90Hz screen and 50MP camera

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You know what we haven’t seen in a while? A budget-friendly Moto phone with a respectable feature list and a decent, if somewhat generic, design. We’re joking, of course, as it has been Motorola’s specialty for several years now, but there’s no such thing as too many comparable G-series mid-end models… right?

Despite what the names might suggest, that doesn’t necessarily make the G32 inferior to the G42, especially if you’re into (casual) mobile gaming, in which case you’ll probably prefer a 90Hz refresh rate over the extra sharpness of a 60Hz OLED panel. .

The Moto G32 and G42 seem to share a number of other key specs and features, from a fairly powerful Snapdragon 680 processor to a hefty 5,000mAh battery and a 50MP primary shooter equipped with Quad Pixel technology that’s guaranteed to deliver the clearest 12, Delivers 5 MP snapshots. .

Interestingly, the two phones’ triple rear-facing camera systems look quite different at first glance, although the 8MP ultra-wide-angle secondary lens and 2MP macro shooter also appear unchanged in terms of their overall functionality and specs.

Perhaps more interestingly, the G32 appears to support faster 30W charging than the G42, with the actual “TurboPower” brick unfortunately sold separately in “some markets”.

Speaking of “some markets”, the 4G LTE-only Moto G32 is slated for a “select” European release soon for a starting price of €209.99, followed by an expansion to Latin America and India in the “coming weeks”.

Since US availability seems unlikely, converting that tag to US dollars makes no sense. But a 5G-enabled version of this handset with a MediaTek chipset under the hood instead of Qualcomm-made silicon is out. expected to make its way to the United States…next year, which may or may not make a splash depending on the recommended price and a number of other factors.
For now, it will be interesting to see if the non-5G Moto G32 can stand out among a large European pack of low-cost Android soldiers with mediocre specs dominated by brands like Xiaomi, Oppo, Realme, OnePlus and even Samsung.

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