Motorola Moto G13 & G23 renders and prices exposed before launch!

A few certification websites have recently revealed the Moto G13 and Moto G23 and the phone’s design was confirmed by a recent Moto G13 render. Motorola will release new devices in its entry-level E Series and midrange G Series in addition to these flagship models.

Moto G23 renders

Many Motorola products are currently under development and are scheduled to go on sale in the upcoming months. The company recently debuted the Lenovo ThinkPhone at CES 2023 and also announced the Moto G53 5G in China. With a suggested retail price of about EUR 850, the Moto Edge 40 Pro will also be available soon in Europe.

The Moto G13 and Moto G23’s price ranges, storage capacities, and color options have now been made public via a new report.

Prices, Storage, Colors

Sources claim that the Moto G13 and Moto G23 phones will only have one storage option, which will have 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Both smartphones will come in three color options: Blue, Grey, and White. Price-wise, the Moto G13 will cost EUR 159 which is around Php 9,425, while the Moto G23 will cost EUR 199 which is around Php 11,796.


Both phones have been confirmed to have 6.5-inch HD screens and Octa Core processors. Even though we still don’t know the actual handset specifications, the certification listings have revealed important information about the devices.

The listing states that the Moto G13 will support 20W fast charging and have a 5000mAh battery, while the Moto G23 will support 33W fast charging, which is even faster but has an unspecified battery size. Both phones are supposed to accommodate two SIM cards.

The Moto G13’s design has been confirmed by a recently leaked render. On the rear of the Moto G13, there will be a rectangular camera module with an LED flash within, as well as two sizable circular slots for the twin cameras.

The phrasing of the camera module confirms that the main camera sensor will be a 50MP sensor. The center of it will have a punch-hole panel for a selfie camera. On the right edge of the flat device’s frame are buttons for power and volume. On the bottom of the gadget are the speaker grille, 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB Type-C port.


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