Moto E13 Alleged Render Leak Suggests Plastic Frame, Single Rear Camera: Report
Motorola’s Moto E13 smartphone has reportedly leaked a render that appears to hint at the basic design and camera details of the upcoming entry-level smartphone. The smartphone, which was previously expected to be powered by a Unisoc T606 SoC while running Android 13 out of the box, has now reportedly been spotted in a tan-colored offering that sports a curved rear panel. Meanwhile, in terms of the camera, the rear setup seems to consist of a single camera sensor.
According to a report by Mysmartprice, the alleged upcoming Moto E13 entry-level smartphone has been spotted in an alleged official render sporting a beige colored plastic frame. The rear, which is seemingly curved in shape, houses a single camera module above a slot for an LED flash inside a second cutout. Motorola’s traditional Batwing logo is visible in the center of the rear panel.
In terms of connectivity, the phone appears to sport a USB Type-C port at the bottom alongside a speaker grille and microphone cutout. The render seems to suggest that the Moto E13 will sport a rather flat frame that houses the power and volume buttons on its right side.
The Moto E13’s display appears to be a teardrop-shaped notch design with narrow bezels around the display but seems to get very thick at the chin of the purported smartphone.
Smartphone maker Motorola’s purported E-series phone, Lenovo-owned Moto E13, was previously spotted on the Geekbench website, suggesting that the entry-level smartphone could be powered by an octa- core paired with 2GB of RAM, while running on Android 13 out of the box. The octa-core processor has been spotted as an Arm chipset named m170, which could be the Unisoc T606 SoC.
In terms of CPU performance, it reportedly scored 318 points in the single-core test while scoring 995 points in the multi-core Geekbench tests.
However, it is important to note that there has been no official confirmation of the name, specs, pricing or launch details of the alleged entry-level smartphone from Lenovo-owned smartphone maker Motorola.
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