Motorola launches Moto G32 with Snapdragon 680 SOC

The phone packs stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos

Release Date
July 29, 2022
Starting Price

The Moto G31 launched in November last year alongside some other G series phones. Later, it came to India and was very well received since it was one of the very few phones in its price segment offering an AMOLED panel instead of an LCD. Today, Motorola launched the Moto G32, the successor to the Moto G31. With the G32, Motorola went for a Qualcomm chip instead of a MediaTek chip, a high-refresh-rate LCD instead of AMOLED, and a stereo speakers setup with Dolby Atmos support.

Design-wise, Moto G32 gets a different camera module design which is now more square-shaped. The camera count, however, remains the same. The fingerprint scanner sits on the side, the 3.5mm headphone jack is on the bottom, and there is a display with a hole punch cutout in the center.

The display is perhaps the most controversial decision in this phone because the predecessor had an AMOLED panel, whereas this phone has an LCD. It is a 6.5-inch Full-HD+ LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate. The SOC is Snapdragon 680, compared to Helio G85 of the Moto G31. There is 4GB RAM, 128GB storage, and support for up to 1TB microSD card.

The battery size is 5,000mAh, so there is no change in that. But, the charging speed is upgraded from 20W to 30W. The triple camera setup on the rear includes a 50MP sensor with an f/1.8 lens, an 8MP sensor with an ultrawide lens, and a 2MP macro shooter. For selfies, you get a 16MP sensor on the front.

Finally, Android 12 runs out of the box. The Moto G32 starts at €209 in the European market and will launch in India and other markets soon.