Motorola Moto E13 Review- Price In India, Specs, Camera, Storage, And More

Motorola’s Moto E13: An ₹8,000 Budget Phone with Features of a Mid-Range Phone.

Motorola has released its new budget phone, the Moto E13, priced at under ₹8,000. This phone is a steal in terms of its performance and features, with nothing else in its price range coming close to competing with it.

Motorola Moto E13

Let’s start with the price tag. The Moto E13 starts at just ₹6,999, with the higher-end variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage costing ₹7,999. With offers, the price can go even lower, making this phone an incredible deal.

Upon unboxing the phone, the sleek and stylish design is immediately noticeable. It has Dolby Atmos speakers, which is unusual for a phone at this price point. The phone comes with a 10W charger, which is also not common in budget phones. It also has a USB type-C port, unlike most other phones in this price range that come with microUSB.

The phone comes with a protective case, which is also a nice touch. The in-hand feel of the phone is quite premium, and it looks like it could be in the ₹10,000-15,000 price range.

The Moto E13 has a 6.5″ HD+ IPS LCD display, which is better than the TFT displays that are commonly found in phones at this price point. The viewing angles are good, and it has a water-drop notch. The top and side bezels are decent and average-sized, while the chin is average for this price range.

The processor is a Unisoc T606, which may not be a well-known brand, but it performs exceptionally well with AnTuTu scores of around 200,000. It can handle normal games with ease. The base variant comes with 2GB RAM and 64GB storage, which is rare as most phones in this price range come with only 2GB RAM and 32GB storage. The RAM type is LPDDR4X, and while the storage type is not specified, it is expected to be UMCP.

The phone has a 5000mAh battery with 10W charging, which is more than enough to last the whole day. The gaming performance is decent, with the phone being able to handle games like COD Mobile and Apex Legends on medium settings. The phone doesn’t have a gyroscope or a fingerprint sensor, but it does have face unlock.

The Moto E13 runs on Android 13 Go Edition, which is the latest Android operating system for budget phones. This phone is a great choice for anyone looking for a budget phone that performs like a mid-range phone.

In this price range, you don’t usually see a phone with IP certification, but the Motorola E13 is IP52 certified, making it dust and water-resistant.

Additionally, the phone offers dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, dual 4G VoLTE, and Wi-Fi calling, which is impressive for a phone in this price range. However, it does not have 5G connectivity.

The phone comes with Android 13 Go out-of-the-box, and Motorola promises to provide two years of security updates, which is a nice touch. If you purchase a Jio SIM and agree to use it for 30 months, you’ll receive an instant cashback of ₹700, effectively bringing the price of the 4GB RAM 64GB storage variant down to ₹7,299.

In terms of color options, the Motorola E13 is available in Black, Green, and White. The phone’s camera features a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front-facing camera. The camera clicks decent photos for its price range, especially in natural light. The phone can record FHD 1080p videos at 30fps, and the camera app includes all the standard features such as AI, Pro, and Portrait modes.

One of the highlights of the Motorola E13 is its performance. The 4GB RAM 64GB storage variant, priced at ₹7,999, offers excellent performance for its price point. The clean UI of Motorola, coupled with the hardware-software combination, provides a good user experience. Additionally, the phone does not look like a budget series phone, but rather like a mid-range phone.

Overall, the Motorola E13 is a surprisingly good budget smartphone that punches above its weight regarding its price range. If you’re looking for a new phone in this price range, the Motorola E13 is definitely worth considering.

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