The phone's fast if u know how to tweak it for maximum output. I don't have heavy demands but when needed I can use it without lags. I wish it had an LED blink notification light otherwise is perfect for me
Is this phone having Gorilla glass protection as I can not see any where that its having that....?
Bought this for 200 € (was 250 € when it was launched).
6/128GB- Version....I am a light User, Just calling, texting, Bit browsing, occasional Pics. I do not think, given the Specs and the Price, that there is currently a better Phone.
I use a Moto E7 power. I have uninstalled all the apps and just use Chrome and some games. Not I am buying the Moto G32. It's a huge upgrade and if the E7 power served my needs the G32 should work fine.
Fingers crossed I don't drop it, I like to use a phone atleast 10 years.
where the hell is the red version?
If 5G ist not important and you do Not want to Spend more than 200 €, this ist the Phone to Go...
6/128 GB - SD Card Slot - Stereo Speakers - ecompass-
big battery etc.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2022Even though I agree with your justified post, I(many) prefer Mediatek deu to longer software s... moreThat's the philosophy behind literally every Chinese phone. 2 years of excellence then in the rubbish dump . I think manufacturers should be as open ended as they can be . Like the Nexus phone makers ( not the company , the engineer) .
Just so u know , Snapdragon's adreno is based on very flexible AMD graphics. But smartphone updates ( drivers especially) are very dependent on the manufacturer .
Samsung provides longer updates irrespective of the CPU because they have a very big R&D dept . And they , themselves make CPUs based on arm ( architecture behind both sd and mediatek CPU) . So it's not a surprise.
What people should ask for , is control over independent CPU n GPU driver update.
HappyDays, 09 Sep 2022The G32 is an excellent phone in its category and price range. It is more than fast enough for... moreYes, totally agree with you...and price dropped from 249 Euro to 198 Euro for the 6/128 gb version, I am very tempted to get one (in this gorgeous gold colour), as I am a not very demanding user, just phoning, texting, a bit browsing, occasional pics...
The G32 is an excellent phone in its category and price range. It is more than fast enough for most uses, well made, has a very decent display, good sound quality, great camera, good battery life and fully up to date with Android 12 - altogether an excellent basic phone.
It even has 30w fast charging, which is excellent for a phone in this price category.
In my view it hits a sweet spot for a phone priced under £200 and deserves to be a big success for Motorola. I have looked far and wide but I am not aware of any other phone in its price bracket that comes close to competing with it.
My only gripe is that it is too big to be easily pocketable, but then again there doesn't seem to be any phone on the market (apart from rubbishy Android Go phones) which has a smaller display than 6.5".
montezumacoyote, 03 Sep 2022An excellent near-stock Android 12 phone (save for a couple Motorola apps to manage theming, a... moreHi, two questions: does it have an e-compass? And is there Slow-Motion-option when taking Video? I know it
is stated on Moto Website, but I better ask an User before buying...currently its under 200 Euros for the 6/128 GB Version!
An excellent near-stock Android 12 phone (save for a couple Motorola apps to manage theming, as well as stock Google apps if you care about those), with excellent battery life, an outstanding front and rear camera. The macro camera is a tad lackluster but you probably won't use this mode all that much.
The display is an LED but it has an extremely wide viewing angle. Fingerprint reader is extremely responsive. Large amount of storage (I have the 128GB model) and it takes dual-SIM.
The brightness is ~600 nits, bright enough for daily use but when in high intensity light you may find yourself having to turn brightness up to max.
All in all an excellent phone for its price range.
I had been an Xperia user. Unfortunately, Sony couldn't compete with the cheaper Chinese phones and got out of Indian market. That's another story though. The next closest thing to Sony is a Motorola today - in my opinion.
I myself use Motorola G30 since the 2nd day it qas launched. My mother uses Motorola E7 power. Both of us are happy. Now we have another Motorola for my wife - G32. All of us are happy.
This phone is a pretty good one for moderate to regular users. The processor is efficient, speakers are excellent, display is crisp and photos are good in daylight. Everyone might not like this kind of output in photos - many users prefer blown up, filtered or artificially manipulated photos like Samsung/Vivo/Opo phones. Yes - the night captures have some grains but we are not expecting night photography with a budget phone! For regular usage, G32 can last around 3 days. The best part of a Motorola phone is Stock Android. At least for me, it's the most important factor. In the 4 years my wife had used Samsung M10s, I couldn't delete a few apps which were not needed by me. Than you Motorola for taking care of the nuisances and bloatwares. Performance and speed is surprisingly fast for a phone in this price range. Also, you are future proof for another 2 years in terms of OS and Software.
For anyone looking for a no-nonsense phone for work/regular/elderly usage, G32 is a very good option.
walkman8, 22 Aug 2022Has anyone bought the phone yet, to share some experiences? I'd like to know if this is a... moreI am thinking also of buying this one, or the G42....
with 6/128 GB its currently even 20 Euro cheaper than
Has anyone bought the phone yet, to share some experiences? I'd like to know if this is a good phone for a non-demanding senior citizen for 4-5 years of use?
Swaraj , 20 Aug 2022Mediatek at same price have only 2 higher core out of 8. Snapdragon most of the time put 4 h... moreEven though I agree with your justified post, I(many) prefer Mediatek deu to longer software support (Samsung) and GPU capabilities including stability
Everything should be future proof (at least basic functionalities) rather than just 1-2 years performance (might be my motto)
What about u
Inve, 18 Aug 2022You're wrong -- Snapdragon CPUs have the lowest support time of all chipsets, typically 2... moreMediatek at same price have only 2 higher core out of 8. Snapdragon most of the time put 4 hugher core and 4 lower... Their cat ratings are better, good isp, i think adreno gpu get higher love from devs. Besides more snapdragon phone come with aptx.
Swaraj , 17 Aug 2022If want to use a phone for 4 years, buy a phone with snapdragon cpu, disable/ uninstall unu... moreYou're wrong -- Snapdragon CPUs have the lowest support time of all chipsets, typically 2 years, while Samsung and Mediatek is usually 3 years.
This has been written about many many times, and is the main reason Google are now making their own chipsets to guarantee 5 years support.
friend, 16 Aug 2022Guys what about this phone performance. Whether can we use moto phones atleat 5years or 2years... moreIf want to use a phone for 4 years, buy a phone with snapdragon cpu, disable/ uninstall unused system apls, never update your os unless you face compatibility issue or security vulnerability.
Generally realme, redmi have quality control issue... (some regional models). Always buy models that are released internationally... They usually have more tested components. Do some research ..
My recommendation : samsung f23, redmi note 10, samsung a52s 5g, nokia g50, moto g51 (under-rated) , oppo a74 5g,