Motorola might be cruising under the cracks of obscurity nowadays, but the once thriving brand during the 2000’s focuses now on delivering goods for an entry-level oriented market
Lenovo-acquired Motorola will reveal the Moto E32 in India on October 7, powered by the kinda rebranded Helio G37 processor that registers as a Helio P35 on some new devices such as the WIKO 10. But wait a tick, they will release another one before 2022 closes out, and they named it Maui as a codename, but it’s not so secret after all: early renders are getting leaked now.
The Motorola Maui will have a punch hole display with a triple cam rear setup with the usual Motorola stylish Bacardi-esque, bat-like logo that doubles as a fingerprint scanner, delightfully so.
The Motorola Maui’s right side frame will be occupied with the power button and the volume rocker respectively, while the other opposite side will have the SIM Card slot perhaps. As usual, the USB port will be put on the bottom, but knowing Motorola’s brand of innovation — microUSB port isn’t their anymore, so a Type-C port will be a safe bet, hopefully.
According to sources, a 3GB RAM space will power the Maui, so it’s safe to say that it’s an entry level one, and the screen will have an HD+ resolution. A 5MP selfie cam will supplement the rear setup with 16MP, and twin 2MP cameras although we suspected that it’s either macro or depth or both.
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