It is expected that a new Motorola E-series smartphone will be released in the near future. Earlier this month, the Moto E13 was spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking platform and leaked renders of the device also emerged. Recently, a new image believed to be from the manufacturer surfaced on Twitter, courtesy of SnoopyTech, giving us a good look at the Moto E13.


The official-looking image of the Moto E13 shows the device in a dark green color. The display features a waterdrop notch at the top and bezels on all sides. The back panel has a square-shaped camera island that does not protrude, containing an LED flash unit and a single camera sensor. The left edge of the device features a SIM tray, while the right edge has volume and power buttons. It is expected that the power key will also function as a fingerprint scanner.

Unfortunately, beyond what is depicted in the official-looking image, no further information about the Moto E13 is currently available. According to leaked renders, the device is also expected to be released in a beige color.

As an entry-level budget offering, the Moto E13 is expected to provide a significant amount of functionality. According to Geekbench, the smartphone will be powered by an ARM Unisoc T606 processor, which has eight cores running at a speed of 1.61 GHz. It is expected to have 2GB of RAM and come with Android 13 pre-installed. As the amount of RAM is less than 3GB, it is likely that this will be an Android Go phone. Based on Geekbench’s tests, the Moto E13 scored 318 points in single-core tests and 995 points in multi-core tests.