The segment of inexpensive smartphones continues its gradual development, where Motorola gadgets are presented as well. Today, pre-orders for another similar Moto G14 model, the successor to the Moto G13 model presented at the beginning of this year, have started.

Among the biggest advantages of the Moto G14 over the previous version is the increase in display resolution to Full HD+. However, this happened at the expense of reducing the refresh rate of the image to the standard 60 Hz (the G13 had 90 Hz).

Motorola presented smartphone on a budget Moto G14

The new model uses the Unisoc T616 processor. Like the Helio G85 in the G13, this is a 12-nanometer chip that consists of two Cortex-A75 cores (2 GHz) and six Cortex-A55 cores (1.8 GHz), but the graphics accelerator here is not Mali-G52 MC2, but Mali – G57 MP1. There is not a lot of memory: 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB in the drive. But the latter can be supplemented with a microSD card up to one terabyte, which will not interfere with two more SIM card slots.

Motorola presented smartphone on a budget Moto G14

The device comes with Android 13 out of the box.

The smartphone still has two cameras: the main one with a resolution of 50 MP (the second lens next to it is an auxiliary one for determining the depth of the photo), and the front one – 8 MP.

Motorola presented smartphone on a budget Moto G14

The battery capacity of the Moto G14 is 5,000 mAh. The device supports 15-watt charging (the G13 had a maximum of 10 watts), and a 20-watt power supply is included.

Along with this, the smartphone also received protection against moisture and dust according to the IP52 standard, a 3.5 mm headset jack with radio support, a fingerprint scanner on the side panel, stereo speakers and two color options: Steel Gray and Sky Blue (later also there will be Pale Lilac and Butter Cream Vegan Leather options).

So far, the Moto G14 is launched on the Indian market only (by the way, it is also produced in India) with a price tag of about $120.