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Motorola E32 Renders Tipped: Details Here

- Updated: 21st May 2022, 09:26 IST
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    Motorola E32 Design
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According to recent certifications and online appearances, Motorola is working on a few mid-range and premium flagship phones, including the Motorola Moto E32. The upcoming E-series phone will be available at low and should be available in India. The Moto E32 render image has now surfaced online, courtesy of Bestopedia, collaborating with noted tipster Sudhanshu. This displays the entire design in its entirety.

According to the source, the Motorola smartphone is there in the list on the US Federal Communications Commission website as supporting dual-SIM 4G LTE connectivity and compatibility for 2.4GHz WI-FI networks.

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The device was previously on certification websites like the FCC, EEC, Wi-Fi Alliance, and NBTC. The handset is available in Silver and Blue colour schemes. It features a typical Motorola design with a punch-hole cutout and triple camera lenses.

Motorola E32 Design

Motorola E32

The Motorola E32 has a punch-hole cutout in the centre for the selfie camera and slim bezels. The volume and power buttons are located on the right spine, while the SIM tray tool is located on the left. The speaker grille and USB Type-C port are on the bottom of the device.

On the back, there are three cameras and an LED flash arranged in a rectangular module. As well as it has the iconic Moto dimple. There is no fingerprint sensor cutout, so we can’t tell if it will be coming within the display or on the right edge. It has a boxy appearance. That pretty much concludes the design.

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According to rumours, the Motorola E32 will be featuring with the MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. We can speculate that it will boot Android 12 OS with MyUX custom skin out of the box and will be limited to a 4G LTE network. The Motorola E32 release date has yet to be announced, but we believe it will be sooner rather than later.

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