Moto G32 Design Renders Leaked Online; To Launch with Triple-Camera Setup, 6.5-inch Display

Moto G32 is expected to launch in India later this year.


Motorola will soon launch a new budget smartphone in its G-series. The Moto G32 will launch in the coming weeks in India and other markets. The company has already launched the Moto G22, Moto G42 and Moto G52 in India. We can therefore expect the G32 to launch as well. The company is yet to confirm the official launch details of the upcoming smartphone.

While we wait for that, a new leak has revealed the design renders of the upcoming Motorola smartphone. Tipster OnLeaks has uploaded the design images of the phone, which reveal the front and back panel look. Let’s take a look at the Moto G32 design renders, specifications and other details known so far.

Moto G32 Design Renders

Motorola will launch the Moto G32 very soon. The phone has been spotted on several certification websites, hinting at an imminent launch. Ahead of the official launch, Compare Dial, along with tipster OnLeaks, has revealed the design of the phone. The G32 will sport a triple-camera setup on the back. It will have two large circular cutouts and a tiny third one inside the rectangular camera module. The LED flash module is also located inside the camera module.

The phone has a curved frame and will launch in at least two colours – Black and Red. The report stated that Moto could also launch the phone in Silver and Grey colours.

On the front, the phone has a hole-punch display. The device is likely to sport a 6.5-inch IPS LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate support. The rear camera module is said to feature a 50MP main camera along with two 2MP sensors. The G32 will not have an ultrawide camera.

Under the hood, the phone is rumoured to pack a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. It is said to feature a Unisoc T606 processor. The Moto G32 will come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. According to the report, the phone will have a launch price of EUR 229 (roughly Rs 18,600). The India pricing is expected to be a lot lower.