This Monday (6) Motorola has updated its midrange and entry-level smartphone lineup in Brazil. first time in the country Moto G53 5G with eSIM starting at 1,899 BRL, Moto G23 1,599 BRL and Moto E13 999 BRL. already Moto G73 5G It will be available “soon”.
All new mobile phones are equipped with Android 13 (Go Edition version in E13) out of the box, while the G73 and G53 models have a new solution called. Moto Safe. It is a security and privacy hub that provides greater protection to the consumer’s mobile phone and will be available on other Android 13 smartphones from the brand.
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The devices were launched on the international market at the end of January. On both the Moto G53 and G73, users can 6.5 inches in size and similar appearance. Now Motorola is betting on flatter corners, especially on the G53 and a rear module with only two cameras.
But the difference in the displays is that the G53 uses an LCD panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate and Full HD resolution, while the G73 uses a pOLED Full HD+ with the same frequency. Both have thinner edges and a hole in the screen for the front camera. All models of the Moto G series have a fingerprint sensor on the right — The only one without E13 solution.
Motorola calls the G53 an “affordable 5G phone.” It comes with Snapdragon 480+ chipset, 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. Besides the P2 input, the mobile also has stereo speakers. Available in blue, brown and black, it has NFC and Bluetooth 5.1, and is the first model in the series to feature one of its highlights, eSIM technology. The idea, according to the brand, is to popularize eSIM.
As for the battery, the company has a capacity of 5,000 mAh with a 20-watt charger. Compared to the G52, this could be a step backwards because compatible with previous generation handset 33 watt chargers. The G73’s battery has the same capacity but already has a 33W charger.
Now streamlined, the G53 cameras feature a 50MP main sensor and a 2MP secondary sensor that cuts through the hybrid lens of the previous model. There is an 8 MP selfie camera at half resolution of the G52, which is positioned in a small hole on the front.
The most advanced model, the G73, has a 50 MP main sensor with Ultra Pixel technology, but the secondary sensor already has 8 MP resolution and serves for macro, wide-angle and portrait photos. On the front, there is a 16MP sensor for selfies.
The G73 datasheet features the MediaTek Dimensity 930 chipset, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It also has a slot for microSD cards, but can be used with two carrier chips. It’s also worth noting that both the G53 and G73 are IP52 certified for splash resistance.
Moto G23 and E13
Again, with a simplified appearance, the Moto G23 (4G) has a 6.5″ screen with HD+ resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate. Like the G53, it has a 5,000 mAh battery and a 20W USB-C charger.
The hardware of the device includes Helio G85 chipset, Android 13, 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. The cameras have 50 MP on the main sensor, 5 MP on the hybrid and 2 MP on the macro. The front camera already has a resolution of 16 MP and in general the mobile is capable of shooting Full HD with 30 fps.
The most basic model, the Moto E13, includes versions with Unisoc T606 processor, Android 13 Go and either 3GB RAM and 32GB storage (R$999) or 4GB RAM and 64GB storage (R$1,099). ) .
The battery is rated at 5,000 mAh (10W), while the rear camera is unique and has 13 MP — on the front there is a 5 MP camera.
Source: Tec Mundo
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