The Moto E13 design is nice and simple. The back is made out of PMMA acryclic glass and has a matte finish. The back gathers fewer smudges than a phone with glass back does. And, the grip is excellent too.
Moto E13 sports a 6.5" HD+ display with 60Hz refresh rate. The display has accurate colours with decent outdoor visibility. However, the viewing angles on the 720p panel are mediocre.
In optics, the Moto E13 packs a AI-powered camera at the back with a flash. It captures decent details and colors as long as there is no shadow on the subject. At times the images do appear over-exposed and low-light performacne isn't all that great either.
At the front, there is a 5MP sensor for selfies and video calls. It does a decent job for it's intended purpose but don't expect it to capture every minute detail.
The Moto E13 is powered by an 1.6GHz octa-core Unisoc T606 SoC paired with up to 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The performance is average and will suit regular smartphone usage. It does stutter under moderate load, so that is something you should keep in mind.
On the software side of things, the Moto E13 boots with Android 13 (Go edition). There is also a light custom skin that adds a few features.
The 5,000mAh battery on the Moto E13 is rated to last up to 36 days on a single charge. On my usage, I was getting more than a day's battery life on heavy usage.
The charging speeds of the Moto E13 are not as impressive as its battery life. With a mere 10W speed, it takes more than 3 hours to charge the battery from 0-100% Charging Speed
The performance of the device is just average. Moreover, the cameras struggle in most scenarios. However, the software is clean, the battery life is excellent and the display is not bad either. If these pros outweigh the cons for you, it is a great choice.
Editor's rating: 3.5/5 Cons
> Underwhelming performance
> Slow charging speeds > Cameras need improvement > Nicely built > Clean and bloat-free OS > Good battery life Pros