Motorola opened the floodgates by releasing four new Moto G-series phones alongside a new Moto E-series entry. We’ll cover the Moto G23, Moto G13 and Moto E13 in this post while the Moto G53 and G73 are in a separate story which you can check out here.
Moto G23 and Moto G13
Moto G23 and Moto G13 share the same 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with HD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. The pair also offer stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos and are equipped with a headphone jack. Moto G23 gets a nicer 16MP front-facing cam while the G13 makes do with an 8MP selfie shooter.
Both phones share the same 50MP main camera sensor on the back with f/1.8 aperture and 0.64µm pixel size. Moto G23 gets a 5MP ultrawide shooter and a 2MP macro cam while the G13 is left with a 2MP macro cam and a 2MP depth sensor.
Moto G13 and Moto G23 are equipped with MediaTek’s Helio G85 chipset and 4/8GB RAM and 64/128GB storage. Both phones also feature a microSD slot for storage expansion. The battery capacity for both phones is 5,000 mAh though the Moto G23 supports 30W charring while the Moto G13 maxes out at 20W speeds. Both devices boot Android 13 with
Moto G23 comes in Matte Charcoal, Pearl White and Steel Blue colors and is priced at €230 in Europe. Moto G13 is available in Matte Charcoal, Blue Lavender and Rose Gold colors with a retail of €180.
The more budget-friendly Moto E13 packs a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD with a standard 60Hz refresh rate and a waterdrop notch for its 5MP front-facing camera. There’s a single 13MP rear camera on the back.
Moto E13 is equipped with a Unisoc T606 chipset alongside 2/4GB RAM and 64GB storage which is expandable via the microSD slot. There’s a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 10W charging and Android 13 (Go edition) on the software side.
Moto E13 comes in Cosmic Black, Aurora Green, Creamy White colors. Pricing in Europe is set at €120 and the phone will also make its way to the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
Took my G13 back due to calls going silent mid call, no haptics or vibration. Gone for a G73 and it's well worth the extra
My Moto g13 keeps cutting off during phonecalls any advice before I get rid?
I would never buy a Motorola 13 again .It's my second one as the first kept cutting off calls (15 times for the call I've just taken ).I also receive up to 20 texts of the same texts . My reception is perfect & I've never had this ...