The Moto E22s features a 6.5" HD+ LCD with a refresh rate of 90Hz and a 5,000 mAh battery that can be charged at up to 10W through a USB-C connector.
The Helio G37-powered smartphone has three cameras: an 8MP selfie shooter in the punch hole, a 16MP main camera on the back, and a 2MP depth unit.
The Moto E22s is IP52-rated and has a fingerprint reader on the side. In India, it will be available in Arctic Blue and Eco Black.
Motorola hasn't published the Moto E22s' price yet, but it might be less than the Moto E32, which was released in India last week for INR10,499 ($127/€131), which is a 50MP primary camera version of the Moto E22s.