Moto G32 First Impressions

Robin John

The Moto G32 attracts smudges, does not seem particularly slippery, and has a minimalistic rear panel.

The top and bottom bezels of the Moto G32's display are rather substantial.

The Snapdragon 680 in the Moto G32 is expected to perform well under average loads while consuming less power.

The 50MP main, 8MP ultra-wide, and 2MP macro cameras appear to be great on paper.

The fingerprint sensor is a little further away than normal, but using the scanner to unlock the handset has been quick and precise.

Motorola offers three years of security updates and a guaranteed upgrade to Android 13.

The Moto G32 appears to be a good mid-ranger based on our initial impressions, but you'll have to wait for our review to find out how the device performs in real life.