Moto E32s

Shubham Dutt

First Impressions


The E32s has a glossy back composed of Acrylic Glass, according to the company. This premium material design concept was lacking in the sub-Rs 10k segment, and we think it's a good addition.


The display is colour-rich and good enough for reading, however the reaction time could have been faster. The screen is suitable for viewing content and browsing the internet.


On paper, the Helio G37 SoC is solely intended for everyday use. The animations were sluggish by default in our first assessment, and even the notification panel took a long time to pull down.


The phone's main camera takes acceptable daylight photos, as does the 8MP front camera, which has so far taken decent selfies.


Although the Moto E32s supports 15W charging, the company includes a 10W charger in the package that takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes to completely charge.


Motorola appears to be offering consumers a premium look and a clean software experience, which so far appears to be working well. However, it appears that the smartphone is confined to meeting low-end performance demands since practically all of the apps stutter.