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The new Moto G53 and G73 include 5G but have lower-quality screens and cameras.

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Motorola has unveiled its new budget smartphone lineup for 2023, with the biggest news being the addition of 5G capability to certain of its lower-priced handsets. The Moto G73 and G53 feature the Dimensity 930 and Snapdragon 480+ CPUs, which both have better networking technology built in.

With a starting price of £189.99/€249.99, the Moto G53 becomes one of the most affordable 5G phones available. The G73 isn’t far behind at £269.99/€299.99, but it has a Full HD display (rather than 720p) and a more powerful processor.

However, if you delve a little further, you’ll discover that several functions have actually been decreased in comparison to last year’s versions, the G72 and G52. The G73 and G53 still have 6.5in screens (and now 120Hz – an improvement for the G53), but they are LCD rather than OLED. Although some individuals prefer LCD screens, OLED is widely thought to be preferable on phones because to its improved contrast and color spectrum.

The discrepancies don’t stop there, with rear camera modifications that aren’t noticeable advances year on year. The G73 reduces the resolution of its primary lens from 108Mp to 50Mp, retaining the 8Mp ultrawide but eliminating the 2Mp macro. The ultrawide has been removed from the G53, with no further alterations.

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Then there are pricing rates. The G73’s 30W is just significantly lower than the G72’s 33W, while the G53 has plummeted all the way from 30W to 10W. (though Latin American buyers will get slightly nippier 18W speeds).

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Both phones feature the same 5000mAh batteries as before, as well as Android 13 out of the box. Motorola has committed to two years of Android version upgrades for the phones, which is fewer than many flagships but unfortunately remains standard at this pricing.

Adding 5G functionality to low-cost phones implies sacrifice in other areas. However, the G53 and G73’s downgrades may cause users to reconsider purchasing them when they become available in early March.

Moto G23, G13 & E13

If you don’t need 5G, there are several new 4G Motorola phones that are much cheaper.

The Moto G23 (£199.99/€199) comes with a new MediaTek Helio G85 CPU, a 6.5in 90Hz display, and 30W charging. The Moto G13 (£149.99/€159) drops the selfie camera from 16Mp to 8Mp and delivers slower 20W charging.

Moto E13 (from £99.99) features an entry-level Unisoc T605 processor, a single 13MP back camera, and the reduced Go version of Android 13.

All three will be available beginning in early March.

Achraf Grini
Achraf Grini
Hello This is AG. I am a Tech lover and I have long been a promoter and editor for a shopping company, I have followed smartphones and headphones and others. I covers iOS, Android, Windows and macOS, writing tutorials, buying guides and reviews.

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