The Moto e32 low-cost smartphone with a 5000 mAh maxi battery is official

Without too much fuss, the new Motorola-Lenovo inexpensive smartphone has already made its debut in Italy, which, in the guise of Moto e32, offers a basic but quite complete experience in order to facilitate entry into the world of Android.
The Moto e32 low-cost smartphone with a 5000 mAh maxi battery is official

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It was last October when Lenovo presented the low-cost smartphone Moto e30: today, almost 7 months after that, it is finally time to give an heir to the aforementioned smartphone, which was achieved through the deployment of the new Moto e32. , however, animated by the old Android 11.

Moto e32 (163.95 x 74.94 x 8.49 mm, for 184 grams) has a waterproof chassis according to the IP52 degree (immunity to splashes thanks to a water-repellent coating), drawn up in the Misty Silver and Slate Gray colors: the front has well-optimized frames on 3 sides (89.03% screen-to-body), and even the chin is not exaggerated. Although it is an inexpensive phone, the one in question has a hole as a trick to accommodate the self-camera, from 8 megapixels (f / 2.0. Unlocking via face recognition, AI based beauty filters, self-timer with a smile).

As a result of these choices, the 6.5-inch LCD screen, resolved in HD + with a 90 Hz refresh rate, is a panoramic MaxVision panel, with an aspect ratio of 20: 9 that is well held in the hand, also thanks to the side frames. (including the one on the right, housing the fingerprint scanner) rather flat.

The back of the Moto e32 has a body that is elegant to the eye, with an apparent satin finish: the pilllet in the upper left, however, houses a modest triple camera, with a main sensor of 16 (f / 2.2, HDR, Google Lens, night vision, photos taken during video shooting, clips in FullHD @ 30fps, time-lapse, dual view), a 2 megapixel depth sensor, and one for macro (macro vision), still 2 megapixel (always with aperture at f / 2.4). On the audio side, the device is accompanied by the 3.5 mm mini-jack and with a mono speaker at the bottom.

A 12 nanometer processor, the octacore (1.6 GHz) T606 made by Unisoc with the Mali G57 MP1 graphics card, uses 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, now the minimum syndicable for a smartphone, fortunately expandable via microSD, without taking away space from the SIM cards, by an additional maximum terabyte. Providing the energy in the Moto e32 is a 5,000 mAh battery, which can be quickly charged to 18W of power (but not with the charger in the package, alone 10W). On the connectivity side, the Moto e32, already listed on Motorola’s official website, also in Italy, at 179.90 euros, includes the Dual SIM, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi n (hotspot), GPS ( A-GPS, Galileo, Galileo), and the microUSB Type-C.

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