The Moto E13, which costs $96 on Amazon, has been available for a year already after its announcement at the end of January 2023. However, Motorola hasn’t tried to update the gadget yet. It has instead concentrated on growing the Moto G series—the Moto G64 being the most recent example. Additionally, the Edge 50 Fusion, Edge 50 Pro, and Edge 50 Ultra—the details of whose debut they have covered separately—were added to the company’s global Edge series earlier this week.

On the other hand, websites like as MySmartPrice have found preliminary indications that Motorola is getting ready to launch a Moto E13 replacement. As expected, the gadget looks to be on its way as the Moto E14. The gadget has so far been discovered by the TÜV Rheinland database and the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) in the United Arab Emirates; they have included evidence of this below. As per normal, the TDRA offers both a model number and a retail name; other regulatory agencies typically leave this information out of their documentation.

The TÜV Rheinland has specified the Moto E14’s battery capacity, but the TDRA withholds any further information. The latter specifically states 4,850 mAh, which is probably its rated capacity. Motorola might therefore market the Moto E14 based on its average battery capacity, which is most likely closer to 5,000 mAh. Furthermore, the Moto E14 may be able to handle cable charging up to 20 W, according to TÜV Rheinland.

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