If you’re looking for a simple, entry-level phone, maybe as a secondary handset or a phone for your child, then you might be interested to learn that Motorola has since announced the Moto G32.
The phone itself packs specs that aren’t really much to shout about. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset can be found and packs 4-6GB of RAM, and 64-128GB of storage depending on the variant you’ve chosen. But if there’s one thing going for the phone, it would be its display.
For an entry-level device, it actually comes with a 90Hz display, making it faster and smoother than some of the other entry-level phones we’ve seen so far. The display itself measures 6.5-inches, but before you get too excited, the Moto G32 is still using LCD, which in this day and age of OLED panels feels a little dated.
It will also come with a triple camera setup consisting of a 50MP main shooter and an 8MP ultrawide angle camera, and a 2MP macro camera to top things off. Another feature we reckon could give it a slight edge is its battery, which measures in at 5,000mAh with support for 30W charging.
The phone will be priced starting at €210, which like we said is a relatively affordable price point. It will be launching in Europe first before making its way to India and Latin America in the coming weeks. There was no mention of a stateside launch, so we’ll just have to wait and see.