Moto has launched four new G series phones including the Moto G13 and Moto G23. These budget phones come with very similar specifications. The Motorola G13 comes in only one storage option whereas the Moto G23 has been rolled out in two storage configurations. Motorola has unveiled the specifications and price details of the Moto G13 and Moto G23.
Moto G13 and Moto G23: Specifications
Both phones come with a similar design with a flat frame design and the rear panel curves into the plastic body. Both phones have a triple camera setup on the back. Moto G13 launched in three colours; Matte Charcoal, Blue Lavender and Rose Gold colours. On the other hand, the Moto G23 also launched in three colour options; Matte Charcoal, Pearl White and Steel Blue colours.
The Moto G13 and Moto G23 feature the same 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with 90Hz refresh rate support and the displays of both of the phones also support HD+ resolution. The phones also share the same processor, a MediaTek Helio G85 SoC. The Moto G23 comes in two storage configurations; 4GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB but the Moto G13 comes in a single storage option which is 4GB/128GB. The devices run on the latest Android 13.
Both phones also share the same battery but different charging wattage. The devices pack a 5000mAh battery but Moto G13 supports 20-watt fast charging and Moto G23 supports 30-watt fast charging.
The phones also share the same configurations of cameras. They have a triple camera setup on the back holding a 50-megapixel primary camera, a 5-megapixel ultrawide lens and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. But the Moto G23 has a 16-megapixel front camera and G13 sports an 8-megapixel selfie shooter.
Moto G13 and Moto G23: Price and availability
The phone will be launched in Europe in the next few days. The Moto G13 (4GB 128GB) will launch in Europe at a price of EUR 179 which is ₹16,000 approximately. The vanilla variant of Moto G23 will launch at a price of EUR 199 which is ₹17,500 roughly.
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