Motorola’s push in introducing more budget devices to cash-conscious consumers has always been one of the main hallmarks of the brand, with its consistent wallet-friendly phone launches throughout the years. As such, new leaks give us a look at the Moto E13, an upcoming E-series handset that doesn’t stray too much from the Moto formula.
In terms of design, the E13 doesn’t do much to stand out (provided that this is its final look), as it comes with a notch-and-chin combo for the front display, a dual-camera set-up on the rear panel, and a seemingly-unibody design which will most likely be made from plastic. You also have your usual array of volume and power buttons on the right-hand side, with a USB-C charging port and speaker grille on the bottom.
As for internals, the device was spotted in a Geekbench listing with a UniSoC T606 chipset alongside 2GB of RAM. The listing also revealed that the phone runs Android 13, although with the built-in 2GB of RAM it might be likely that the phone will come with “Android Go” pre-installed.
In other Motorola news, the company is scheduled to bring Android 13 to many of its current handsets, as the push to provide better software updates continues. This includes phones like the Motorola Razr (2022), Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, Motorola Edge 30 Pro, and Motorola Edge Plus (2022), to name a few.
As for the E13, budget phone hunters and Moto fans should keep an eye out for any announcements from Motorola, or unless any new leaks pop up.
Source: My Smart Price