Before the Moto G32‘s official announcement, the date of which is still unclear, it is time to learn more about the Moto G32‘s potential full design, which has already had portions of its specifications and design exposed by certifications around the world. The website Compare dial unveiled the design of Motorola’s upcoming entry-level cell phone in two colour variations in collaboration with renowned informant Steve Hemmers offer.
The Moto G32 is depicted in the renderings in black and red, but in reality, there will be a total of four colour options available, including grey (Mineral Grey) and blue (Baby Blue).
Three rear cameras are present on the device, two of which are larger and are vertically arranged, and the third is smaller and is located right below the LED flash. Inside a projecting module is the full camera array.
On the front panel, there is a notch in the middle of the display’s top and a thick lower edge. Along with a headphone connector, USB-C port, and sound output at the bottom, the smartphone will also have a biometric reader built into the power and volume controls on the right side.
A 50 MP main camera and two additional 2 MP sensors are anticipated for the Moto G32. The device will come with a charger, headphones, and a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 33 W fast charging.
The Moto G32 should have a Unisoc T606 processor, models starting at 3GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage, and a 6.5-inch display with a 90 Hz refresh rate for slicker navigation.