Moto E22s Budget Smartphone Tipped to Launch in India with 90Hz Display, Dual-Camera Setup


Motorola has been on a launch spree in India. The company has launched multiple smartphones in its G-series and Edge 30 series in India in 2022. The entry-level E-series has also been refreshed with a few budget smartphone offerings in India. Motorola recently launched the Moto E32 as its new budget smartphone for Rs 10,499. The company is now working on the launch of another affordable phone in India. The Moto E22s is said to launch next week in India.

Motorola has not officially confirmed the launch at the time of writing this. However, reliable tipster Mukul Sharma, aka Stufflistings, claims that the new Motorola smartphone will launch in India on October 17. Let’s take a look at the Motorola Moto E22s India launch details, specifications and features.

Motorola Moto E22s India Launch Tipped

Motorola will launch the Moto E22s as its new affordable smartphone in India. The budget smartphone was launched in global markets earlier this year. The India variant will feature the same set of specs and features found in the global model. It is expected to be priced under Rs 10,000 in India.

The global model is priced at EUR 159 (roughly Rs 12,800). For the price, users get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The E22s also features a microSD card slot for storage expansion. It comes with 90Hz refresh rate support as well. The device sports a 6.5-inch IPS LCD with an HD+ resolution. It has a hole-punch cutout at the top centre for the front camera.

The E22s also features a dual-camera setup on the back. There is a 16MP main camera along with a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, the phone has an 8MP front camera. 

Under the hood, there is a MediaTek Helio G37 SoC. The device packs a 5000mAh battery and supports 10W charging out of the box. It also features a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Lastly, the phone runs Android 12 out of the box. What are your thoughts on the new Motorola smartphone launching later this month in India? Let us know in the comments below.