Motorola is reportedly working on its next entry-level phone. It is being called the Moto E13 and a spotting on Geekbench benchmarking platform earlier this month indicated that the phone could launch soon. Now, the full look of the Motorola Moto E13 has been leaked in renders, giving us a clear idea of what the next Motorola phone could look like.
MySmartPrice has shared What could be the first renders of the Motorola Moto E13, showing the phone in full. A waterdrop-style notch can be seen on the phone’s display, which also has a thick chin at the bottom. The entire back panel of the phone seems to have a golden hue, but it is possible that there will be more color options. The Moto E13 has dual cutouts at the back, but only one of them houses the camera sensor. The other has an LED torch. The cutout housing is a rectangular island located in the top left corner of the back of the phone.
The renders further show that the Moto E13 will come with a USB-C port at the bottom for charging and data transfer. Next to the ports is the speaker grille on the right and the microphone on the left. The images shown in the renders do not convey the display size, but the screen looks quite tall, which will appeal to users who like to consume OTT content on their phones.
The report does not talk about the specifications, but since the phone was leaked on Geekbench earlier, we know some details. For example, the listing suggests that the Motorola Moto E13 will be powered by a Unisoc T606 processor paired with 2GB of RAM. Considering it is an entry-level phone, the specifications found in this listing seem genuine. Geekbench has also revealed that the Moto E13 will run on Android 13, which is interesting as it is the latest version of Android. But it is possible that the phone will run on Android 13 (Go Edition).
We’ll know more about the Moto E13 in the coming days.
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