Motorola’s next E series smartphone is now shaping, spotted on TDRA and TUV certifications

The Motorola E13 was launched last year in February, and it appears that its successor will soon be available. Today, our team spotted the Moto E14 on TDRA certification, which revealed the model number and the moniker. Additionally, it was also spotted on TUV certification which revealed its battery specs.

Motorola Moto E14

This smartphone is being certified by the UAE TDRA certification with the model number ‘XT2421-14’ and equipment registration number ‘ER30796/24’. Additionally, this smartphone has been spotted on the TUV certification with the same model number. In the certification, it shows a battery size of 4880 mAh, which may likely be marketed as 5000 mAh. It also indicates that it is being tested with 10W, 15W, and 20W chargers, and will probably come with a 20W fast charging option.

We also reported earlier the spotting of the Moto G04s on the TUV certification. The model number of the Moto G04s is also present in this TUV certification, and it is launched with a 15W fast-wired charging option. As we always say, it’s better to wait for official data to roll in. Since it is too early, Motorola hasn’t shared any details regarding this upcoming smartphone. However, since it has appeared on these certifications, we can expect an announcement anytime soon.

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