Moto E32 with 90Hz Display, MediaTek Helio G37 SoC Launched: Price in India, Specifications

The Moto E32 features a 50MP main camera.

Motorola has launched a new budget phone in the E series today called the Moto E32. This is the second device in the series after the launch of Moto E32s back in June earlier this year. The Moto E32 comes with a 90Hz display and is powered by a MediaTek Helio G series processor.

Last week, the company unveiled the Moto G72, a 4G budget phone and today, the company has launched yet another 4G phone in India under the E series. The Moto E32 is priced under Rs 12,000 and comes with features like a large 5000mAh, 50MP main camera, and 4GB of RAM. Let’s take a look at the device in detail.

Moto E32: Price in India and Availability

The Moto E32 comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. It is priced at Rs 10,499  and will be available for purchase via Flipkart now. The device comes in Iceberg Blue and Cosmic Black colour options.

Moto E32: Specifications and Features

The Moto E32 sports a 6.5″ HD+ IPS LCD screen with a 90Hz screen refresh rate. The phone has a 20:9 aspect ratio and offers 268ppi pixel density. Powering the device is the MediaTek Helio G37 with 2.3GHz clock speed along with 680MHz IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU. This phone comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage.

In the camera department, the phone offers a 50MP main camera with f/1.8, PDAF and this is accompanied by a 2MP depth camera with f/2.4 aperture. The E32 is backed by a 5000mAh battery with support for 10W charging via the Type-C port. The device runs on Android 12 out of the box.

Other features include a side fingerprint reader, face unlock, 185g weight, 8.49mm thick, water-repellent design, single speaker, Bluetooth 5.0, 2.4GHz & 5GHz Wi-Fi, and a dedicated micro SD card slot.

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