Moto E13 appears on Geekbench benchmark

Moto E13

Motorola is gearing up to enter the next generation of its smartphones. Back in the last week, the upcoming Moto G13 was spotted on the NBTC database. It will be the starting point for the 2023’s Moto G-series, but how about the Moto E-series? Well, the Moto E13 is also around and being tested on Geekbench.

Moto E13

Moto E13 basic performance and Android 13

The Moto E13 has just passed by the Geekbench revealing some of its core specs in the process. First of all, you should not hold your breath for performance here. The Moto E13 keeps the tradition of being a super-budget smartphone. It comes with a modest Unisoc T606 SoC with just 2 GB of RAM. That amount of RAM means almost no multi-tasking considering today’s standards. Anyway, it’s a phone for people that wants to execute simple tasks on the phone. Worth noting that this is a 4G-only chipset.

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To understand the performance, the Unisoc T606 on this device scored just 318 points in the single-core tests, and 995 in the multi-core department. Going for technical details, the Unisoc T606 uses an old 12nm manufacturing process. The chipset has 2 x ARM Cortex-A75 cores clocked at up to 1.6 GHz and 6 x ARM Cortex-A55 cores clocked at up to 1.6 GHz. It has a modest Mali-G57 MP1 for graphical tasks. It is enough to handle some casual games and not much besides it. If performance disappoints, we’re glad to see that Android 13 will be available on the Moto E13 straight out of the box.

Moto G13
Moto G13 visits NBTC

So far, the details around the Moto E13 are still unclear, but we expect more to appear soon. As we’ve said, the company is also preparing a new Moto G13 for release. This one also features only 4G connectivity and will likely bring modest performance.

Motorola is quite busy with the preparations for its next flagship the Motorola X40 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Anyway, we expect the new 2023 entries – Moto E13 and Moto G13  to appear soon.

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