With the official arrival of Android 13, users are eager to learn whether their smartphones will be among those to receive the update. Devices recently launched, particularly those with Android 11 or 12, are more likely to be updated. Moreover, we present a list of Motorola phones expected to receive the Android 13 update.
Android 13 Updates and Motorola Phones
Although Motorola has not yet published an official update schedule, an exclusive interview with Oficina da Net revealed the brand’s plans. The following Motorola devices anticipated to receive Android 13:
- Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
- Motorola Edge 30 Fusion
- Motorola Edge 30 Pro
- Motorola Edge 30
- Motorola Edge 20 Pro
- Motorola Edge 20
- Motorola Edge 20 Lite
- Motorola Edge Plus
- Motorola Edge 20 Fusion
- Moto G82
- Moto G72
- Moto G62
- Moto G52
- Moto G42
- Moto G32
- Moto G22
Android 13 Motorola Phones | Update Policies
Motorola confirmed to Oficina da Net that the Moto G line would receive only one Android update, while the Edge line would receive two to three updates. The Moto E line, on the other hand, will only get security updates. Moreover, Motorola evaluates each device individually to determine update availability.
Android 13 Release Timeline
Android 13, featuring enhancements in privacy, security, and personalization, released for all users. Furthermore, Google’s Pixel line is expected to be the first to receive the update. Subsequently, other manufacturers will adapt their proprietary interfaces to the software, allowing for more devices, including Oppo, Xiaomi, Samsung, OnePlus, Realme, ASUS, Vivo, and Sony, to be updated.
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In summary, Motorola has a range of devices, particularly in the Moto Edge and Moto G series, that are to receive the Android 13 update. As Android 13 brings enhanced privacy, security, and personalization features, Motorola users can eagerly anticipate these improvements once the updates become available. As more manufacturers adapt their proprietary interfaces to Android 13, additional devices will join the ranks of those updated, further enriching the smartphone experience for users worldwide.