The G13 display only had HD+ resolution. The new model is on pre-order starting today and will be released in a week. The Moto G13 was released earlier...
The Motorola Moto G14 is built around 6.5" FHD+ display (20:9), which is a pretty major upgrade. And it is a good quality IPS LCD to boot, although it only runs at 60Hz (down from 90Hz on the G13, but that's a trade we're willing to take).
The rest of the phone hasn't changed much. The G14 use a Unisoc T616, a 12nm chipset with 2x Cortex-A75 at 2.0GHz and 6x A55 at 1.8GHz, plus a Mali-G57 MP1. This isn't all that different from the Helio G85, another 12nm chip with the same CPU cores at the same clock speeds, though the Mali-G52 MC2 GPU is different.
The phone is powered by a 5,000mAh battery that promises up to 94 hours of music playback or up to 16 hours of video. It is recharged at up to 15W (using the supplied 20W charger). That's an upgrade over the G13, even if a small one (the older model tops out at 10W, at least the version sold in India does).
Besides the USB-C port, there is a 3.5mm headphone jack with FM radio support. Alternatively, you can use the stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos to listen to music.
Offline entertainment is on the table as well since the triple card slot can hold two SIMs and one microSD (up to 1TB). The phone comes with Android 13 out of the box and there is only one configuration -- 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage.
The camera setup is the same as before with a single cam on the back (and a macro module) with a 50MP Quad Pixel sensor (0.64µm native pixels, 1.28µm after binning). There is also an 8MP selfie camera on the front (1.12µm), both it and the rear camera can record 1080p video at 30fps.
Looking for a new phone and want to pull the trigger on the Moto Edge 2022 but willing to wait if something else is coming out soon. Coming from a moto z3 so even though the Edge 2022 isn't the best it's better than what I've got.
Currently on Verizon but looking to switch to ATT.
> I was playing with a Motorola G72 and noticed this feature by accident: double-tap on the back of the phone to trigger a custom action.
> Here is a video showing this feature
> This is not the same as double tapping the fingerprint scanner. This phone has a front-facing under-display scanner.
> It's very neat and handy, I hope other phones implement this too.