Android 13 update is coming to these Motorola Phones

So it’s been almost half a year since the release of Android 13 for Pixel. But as you know any major Android update is first available for Pixel phones and then other OEMs release optimized update for their phones. Motorola is one of the popular smartphone brands but the company is yet to release Android 13. Fortunately, the official eligible phones list is out. Here is the list of Motorola phones eligible for Android 13 update.

Motorola is a well established brand but the company is far behind in Android 13 rollout as compared to other OEMs. The company hasn’t released Android 13 even for its latest flagship phones. Android 13 is a big update with many improvements and hence Motorola users will be missing out on these benefits till the update is released.

Motorola updated its support page a long time ago. Yes, it was updated soon after the Android 13 release. The company has shared clear instructions on which device will get the Android 13 update. You can head over to the “select your product” section, then choose the Family of your phone, and select your phone to check if it is eligible to receive the major Android 13 upgrade.

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Motorola’s Senior Agent, Agent_Jess recently shared a full list of the Android 13 supported Motorola phones in the official Lenovo forum. A complete list makes everything easier and you don’t have to go through checking every page in Motorola Support.

Motorola Android 13 Supported Phones – List

Moto G Series:

  • Moto G32
  • Moto G42
  • Moto G52
  • Moto G62 5G
  • Moto G72
  • Moto G82 5G
  • Moto G 5G
  • Moto G Stylus 5G (2022)

Motorola Edge Series:

  • Motorola Edge (2022)
  • Motorola Edge+ (2022)
  • Motorola Edge 20
  • Motorola Edge 20 (2021)
  • Motorola Edge 20 Pro
  • Motorola Edge 20 Lite
  • Motorola Edge 30
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra

Motorola Razr:

  • Motorola razr (2022)
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Although the list is available, there is no information on when Motorola will start upgrading its eligible devices to the latest Android 13 update. I hope they start the rollout this month and do not wait for a new year. Competitors like Samsung are close to finishing the rollout and putting Motorola to shame.

If your phone is on the list of eligible models, then you can wait until the new Android 13 arrives for your device. We will notify you through our new article when updates are available.

Speaking of the changes, you can expect enhanced Material You theming support for more third party app icons, more color palettes, revamped Music Player, Bluetooth LE audio support, per-app language feature, app notifications permission, alongside other privacy and security features. You can move on to our Android 13 features story to know more.

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