Moto G13 Moniker Confirmed By NBTC, Spotted At BIS Certification Ahead Of Launch –

A couple of weeks ago, an upcoming Motorola smartphone with model number XT2331-1 and codename Penang was spotted in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification database. Now, we have seen the Moto XT2331-3 on the NBTC certification website. Based on the model number, Moto XT2331-3 appears to be a variant of Moto XT2331-1 that was previously spotted in FCC. Also, the latest certification listing for Moto XT2331-3 reveals the name of the device, which is Moto G13.

Also, we have seen the Moto XT2331-2 on the certification website of the Bureau of Indian Standards. This could be the Indian variant of the device. The appearance of the device on multiple certification websites hints at an imminent release. The Moto G13 will be the first Motorola smartphone with a G1x moniker and will likely sit below the Moto G2x series smartphones. Let’s take a closer look at the Moto G13.

The Moto G13 appeared in the NBTC database under the model number XT2331-3. The listing only reveals the model number and name of the device. In terms of specifications, nothing has been revealed on the Moto G13 NBTC certification listing. However, previously, the Moto G13 with the model number XT2331-3 was detected in the FCC certification database.

According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification database listing, the Moto G13 will come equipped with a 5000 mAh battery and 20W fast charging support. Renders of the upcoming G-series smartphone have also been leaked in the past. The smartphone will offer a dual rear camera setup and an LED flash. It will feature a centered hole-punch notch display.

As of now, only this is known about the Moto G13. However, we can expect to learn more about the device in the coming days as it will appear on other certification websites.

What are your expectations of the next Moto G13? Let us know in the comments section.

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