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Motorola first batch of smartphones to get the Android 13 update is here: Check out the devices now


motorola has officially revealed the smartphones that will receive the Android 13 update. It come pre-installed with the company’s own My UX skin. The company is renowned for not having any bloatware and for providing an almost stock experience. The company is getting ready to add an Android-13-based My UX version to its first batch of smartphones. There are a total of 10 motorola smartphones that will get the Android 13 update.

The most recent moto Edge (2022), Edge 30 Pro, and a few other Edge series smartphones are among the devices that will get the most recent update. A number of G-series smartphones are also included, such as the moto G Stylus 5G 202, moto G 5G 2022, and moto G82 5G.

Here are the motorola smartphones that will be updated to Android 13:

  • motorola Edge+ (2022)
  • motorola Edge (2022)
  • motorola Edge 30 Pro
  • motorola Edge 30
  • moto G Stylus 5G 2022
  • moto G 5G 2022
  • moto G82 5G
  • moto G62 5G
  • moto G42
  • moto G32

About Android 13

Android 13 brings a number of big and small enhancements. Google has given its Material You design language some spit and polish, and it now also includes the icons of third-party apps. Numerous privacy features are also available. Apps will no longer be able to use the whole media library to share a single file, and if you copy sensitive information like a phone number or login information, the clipboard history will be deleted after a certain amount of time. 

Motorola Android 13 release date

The company hasn’t made any official announcements about the updates or given exact release dates, but its official website says that 10 devices will get the Android 13 update. 

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