Motorola launches budget smartphone Moto G32. Price, specifications, key details – Economic Times

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Motorola has launched its new budget smartphone Moto G32. Moto G32 is the sixth phone in the G series. The budget mobile phone comes with a 6.5-inch display, 1080 x 2040 pixels resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 680 SoC under the hood, punch hole display along with dust and water resistance.

It comes with a triple rear camera setup with the main camera of 50-megapixel, digital zoom, ultra-wide camera and macro sensors as well. It offers a smooth experience with Android 12. With

power, you can save plenty of time given its fast charging.

Moto G32 Price

The Moto G32 price in India is fixed at Rs. 12,999 which will be available for purchases on Flipkart and other leading retail stores from August 16. This price is set for the lone variant which comes with a 4GB RAM & 64 GB storage. Satin Silver and Mineral Gray are the color options available.

Customers with

card can avail instant 10 per cent discount and get the phone for Rs 11,749. Jio users on the other hand can avail up to Rs 2,000 on recharges along with discount on Zee5 annual subscription.

Specifications

It comes with a Ardeno 610 GPU and 64-bit architecture. It’s internal storage is of 128 GB expandable up to 1 TB with the help of a MicroSD Card slot. It comes with three cameras: a) 50 MP Wide Angle b) 8 MP ultra-wide camera c) 2 MP macro sensor. The front camera has a resolution of 16 MP with wide angle available.

Video quality features 1920×1080@30fps. It is compatible with 2G, 3G, 4G VoLTE networks within India. Dual sims can be inserted but only nano sim cards are viable. Offers USB Type-C charging port and comes with a battery life of 5,000 mAh.

Bluetooth 5.2 is compatible with this handset and includes FM Radio, loudspeaker and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The mobile phone comes with a side fingerprint sensor and offers face unlocking feature as well. It weighs around 184 grams & measures 161.7mm x 73.8mm x 8.4mm. It comes packed with e-compass, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, and proximity sensor.

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