7.5

Motorola G32 reviews by real users Motorola Moto G32

User score

Overall satisfaction
8.1
  • 10
  • 6
  • 2
  • 0
  • 0
18 reviews
  • Screen7.4
  • Performance7.9
  • Camera7.2
  • Connectivity8.5
  • Battery8.2
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Design & Materials

Is it a drop-resistant and scratch-resistant smartphone?
7.5

18 reviews

Do you think it's a nice phone?
7.6

18 reviews

Is it comfortable?
8.0

18 reviews

Can you see it well in the sunlight?
6.3

18 reviews

Performance & Hardware

Does it have good sound?
8.8

18 reviews

Does it work smoothly in everyday use?
8.2

18 reviews

What's your experience been with demanding games?
6.8

18 reviews

Camera

Quality of daytime photos
8.2

18 reviews

Quality of nighttime photos
5.9

18 reviews

Quality of selfies
7.2

18 reviews

Does it have a powerful flash?
7.4

18 reviews

Connectivity

Does it have good coverage for calls?
8.8

18 reviews

Quality of the GPS
8.5

18 reviews

And the WiFi?
8.3

18 reviews

Battery

How long does the battery last?
  • 0%
    Less than half day
  • 11%
    Less than a day
  • 22%
    One day
  • 56%
    More than one day
  • 11%
    Two days or more

18 reviews

Software

Did it come with preinstalled applications?
  • 33%
    It comes with a clean operating system
  • 67%
    It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
  • 0%
    It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall

18 reviews

Do you regularly receive updates?
  • 0%
    Never
  • 0%
    Once a year
  • 77%
    Every six months
  • 23%
    Every two months or less

18 reviews

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User reviews

  • Good

    • 9.1
    • Screen8.5
    • Performance9.0
    • Camera7.7
    • Connectivity9.6
    • Battery9.0
  • Can't seem to get connected in USA

    I bought this MotoG32 in Greece while traveling Europe. Had Greek and German SIM's which worked fine. Upon returning to USA, I had an ATT prepaid SIM installed, and the phone did not recognize the SIM. Is the MotoG32 compatible on USA GSM networks?

    • 7
    • Screen7.0
    • Performance7.0
    • Camera7.0
    • Connectivity7.0
    • Battery9.0
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    • 9.6
    • Screen9.2
    • Performance10
    • Camera9.5
    • Connectivity10
    • Battery10
  • Auto
    Bad purchase

    After just 1 year and 3 months of use, the battery swelled and obviously stopped working properly. It kept turning off even if I had a battery of 70% or more, it didn't charge to 100% and even the fingerprint option to unlock the phone disappeared. When formatting it it remained the same, but the last thing mentioned was solved. Yesterday I took it to a Motorola authorized technician, so I'm waiting to see if that fixes it (I'll do an update). However, it does not seem logical to me that this has happened with such a short time of use and, above all, because I take great care of the battery (Do not use it while charging, let it discharge completely before plugging it in, do not leave it overnight, etc), however, it still went badly for me. I previously had a Moto g6 play that also began to have battery problems, however, in that case, it had already been used for about 3 years and the wear and tear was progressive, on the G32 it literally malfunctioned from one day to the next. In conclusion, I don't know if it was bad luck or if it happened to someone else, but ultimately, now I'm thinking about buying a Xiaomi because of my bad experience with the Motorola brand.

    In terms of general performance, before this problem, it is a decent phone for everyday use, but not very useful for multi-tasking, so, avoiding heavy games and more than 1 app in the background, the battery's autonomy battery is approx. 12 hours with constant use on social networks, videos, PDF reading, Bluetooth and GPS activated and medium-high brightness. Heavy games like Genshin Impact or Pókemon Go ran very well and fluidly at first (I used it at 60hz because at 90hz it consumes more battery), however, over time they began to lag, even with constant cleaning of files and applications ( avoiding having 100% capacity, because that influences performance).

    Pros
    • Constant software update
    • Comfortable (not too big) and cute design
    • Decent price-quality camera
    • 33W charging
    • 90hz (although it consumes more battery)
    Cons
    • Battery
    • Low brightness outside
    • Poor performance in heavy games
    • Not good photos in low light
    • It gets hot when charging
    • Fingerprint on on/off button
    • 5.8
    • Screen5.0
    • Performance4.5
    • Camera4.7
    • Connectivity9.3
    • Battery7.0
  • Auto
    Cell phone is not good for multitasking

    The device cannot keep more than 2 applications in the background, making it a bad device for multitasking.

    Pros
    • Sound
    Cons
    • Processing and RAM
    • 4.8
    • Screen5.0
    • Performance5.0
    • Camera5.0
    • Connectivity6.3
    • Battery5.0
  • Auto
    Good device for daily use and for several games that are not demanding and have high graphic quality

    The camera seemed fine to me, it's nothing out of this world and it doesn't stand out but it's there, in the games the first few months everything ran smoothly and over time some began to have lag or the device heated up, maybe because I gave it rough use installing too many and uninstalling and installing applications many times, the screen seemed good to me, but in the sun it cannot be seen well even if it has the brightness at maximum, in terms of excellent software in my opinion, since it does not have so many pre-installed apps or advertising like the Xiaomi ones, their customization layer is clean, the battery usually lasts a day and a half if you don't use it too much, but if you spend too much time using it it reaches up to 8 hours, I bought the silver version and I thought it was very pretty

    Pros
    • Processor
    • Refresh rate 90hz
    • The quality battery
    Cons
    • Screen brightness
    • 7.5
    • Screen5.7
    • Performance6.6
    • Camera6.5
    • Connectivity9.0
    • Battery7.0
  • Auto
    Great cell phone for those who want value for money

    • 7.9
    • Screen9.0
    • Performance6.0
    • Camera7.2
    • Connectivity9.0
    • Battery9.0
  • Auto
    Pretty good

    They gave me this device recently and it is actually very good! Compared to my previous Motorola (the g30) the differences are big, I normally use it for networks and also some games, and speaking of that, in demanding games I do well fluid, especially in Asphalt, the graphics are great, the same as they appear on the Nintendo Switch. The cameras are clear (during the day) the results at night are sometimes doubtful but the night mode is clear in my point of view and on the other hand the selfies have good results although sometimes the images look strange but that is resolved With the pro mode, and on the battery, it is just as durable and its fast charging rewards it very well, even though the bad thing gets very hot, you have to let it rest before using it. Everything else is very good, without a doubt the g32 is an improvement <3

    Pros
    • High resolution screen
    • Processor
    • Ram (can be expanded)
    • Battery
    • Cameras
    • 33W fast charging
    Cons
    • LCD screen
    • It gets hot when charging
    • 8.7
    • Screen8.0
    • Performance9.6
    • Camera8.0
    • Connectivity9.0
    • Battery7.0
  • Auto
    excellent usability

    Pros
    • performance
    • battery
    • camera
    Cons
    • nfc missing
    • 5g missing
    • weak glow
    • 7.9
    • Screen7.2
    • Performance9.0
    • Camera6.7
    • Connectivity6.6
    • Battery9.0
  • Auto
    Excellent battery

    The best cell phone under 1k performance is great, the battery lasts all day and recharges in around an hour, the cameras are good but with the gcam the photo quality is even better, the sound quality is ok, the brightness is not It's very strong and the g32 doesn't have NFC, other than that the device is perfect.

    Pros
    • Battery
    • Performance
    • Camera
    Cons
    • Shine
    • 8.3
    • Screen8.2
    • Performance7.6
    • Camera8.2
    • Connectivity9.0
    • Battery9.0

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Last update
May 3, 2024
State
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Latest changes
  • New opinion 1 month ago
  • Version 3 months ago
  • Name, Storage 11 months ago
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7.5
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Score
  • 6.4 Design & Materials
  • 6.0 Performance & Hardware
  • 6.3 Camera
  • 6.8 Connectivity
  • 7.4 Battery
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  • Hardware and performance
  • Camera
  • Connectivity
  • Battery

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