Motorola will launch the new Moto E32 in India on October 7 with the Helio G37 SoC at the helm, but the company will release at least one more Helio G37-powered smartphone by the end of this year, which is codenamed Maui and has appeared in a leaked render.
The Motorola Maui is built around a centered punch hole display, and around the back is a triple camera setup and the signature Motorola batwing logo, which could double up as a fingerprint scanner.
The smartphone’s right-side frame has the power button and volume rocker, while the left-side frame could have the SIM card slot. The USB port will likely be placed at the bottom, but we don’t have a confirmation on whether it’s USB-C or a microUSB port.
The source claims that Motorola Maui will have 3GB of RAM onboard, and its screen will have HD+ resolution. The selfie camera will use a 5MP sensor, and the triple camera setup on the rear will be headlined by a 16MP camera (f/2.2 H1634B) joined by two 2MP units (f/2.4 OV02B10-A25H-001A and f/2.4 GC02M1-C24YA).
More details about the Motorola Maui will likely surface as we inch closer to its launch.