While Motorola Moto g13 is on the way to launch Motorola India has teased users with giveaway post

Motorola India has been teasing users with the specifications of the upcoming Moto g13 for a few days. Now it has arrived with a post of the giveaway on Twitter in which it wrote “Feeling Lucky? A chance to win something really ‘hatke’ is heading your way, keep an eye out”.

Users have already been waiting for its launch in India which is scheduled to occur on 29th March on the Flipkart and Motorola websites. And now Motorola India has come with this giveaway post which suggests Motorola India may bring a contest or something like that to give users a chance to win this exciting phone.

The sale page for the Motorola g13 has been created which reveals some of the key specifications and design of this awesome phone. This Flipkart page has teased users with Rs X, XX9> and asked them to guess the price.

This phone will pack 128GB internal storage with 4GB RAM and will be powered by a MediaTek Helio G85 processor. This phone will run Android 13. As far as the camera is concerned the page suggests that this phone will come with a 50 MP primary camera on the back side of the phone.

The phone is going to come with a 5,000 mAh battery for day-long battery backup. You can tap on Notify me on Flipkart and get the notification as soon as it arrives.

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