Recent reports had already suggested that Motorola will be launching a number of G series smartphones in the upcoming weeks including the Moto G13 and Moto G23 that are targeted toward the budget segment. Just ahead of their launch, official renders and specs of the devices had apparently been leaked online, revealing everything we need to know about them.
According to the renders, both the Moto G13 and G23 smartphones will be arriving with a flat display upfront featuring a minuscule punch-hole cutout which houses a selfie camera. Speaking of the front display, both shares the same 6.5” IPS LCD display with HD+ screen resolution, 90Hz refresh rate as well as a peak brightness that goes up to 400 nits.
Over on the rear side, both devices have a square-shaped camera island that houses a trio of cameras. While both devices share the same 50MP main camera and 2MP macro camera, the higher-end Moto G23 gets a 5MP ultra-wide camera instead of a 2MP depth sensing unit on the Moto G13.
Under the hood, both the Moto G13 and G23 smartphones are equipped with an octa-core MediaTek Helio G85 chipset as well as a respectable 5,000mAh battery. The difference here lies in the charging speed whereby the G23 supports a slightly faster 30W wired charging compared to the 20W charging speed on the lower-end model.
Other than that, the duo also have stereo speakers onboard, IP52 rating for water and dust resistance, 3.5mm headphone jack as well as a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication.