Motorola has discreetly launched the Moto E14, a budget-friendly Android Go smartphone priced at £70 (~$89), serving as an upgrade to the previous Moto E13 model. The device maintains the Unisoc T606 chipset but is limited to 2 GB of RAM, suitable for Android 14 Go Edition.

A notable improvement is the storage upgrade from eMMC to UFS 2.2, offering 64 GB of faster built-in storage, complemented by a microSD slot for additional capacity. The Moto E14 also features a larger 6.56” IPS LCD display with HD+ resolution, enhanced with a 90Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It boasts an IP52 water-repellent design for durability.

The battery remains at 5,000mAh, but now supports faster 15W charging—a significant increase from the previous model’s charging capability. However, it comes with a 10W charger. The camera setup is unchanged, with a single 13MP rear camera capable of 1080p video and a 5MP front camera housed in a punch hole design.

For audio, the E14 includes a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a single speaker with Dolby Atmos support. Connectivity options include 4G, dual-SIM slots, Wi-Fi 5 (ac), and Bluetooth 5.0, though it lacks NFC.


Specification Details
Display 6.56” IPS LCD, HD+ resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 3 protection
Chipset Unisoc T606
Storage 64 GB UFS 2.2, micro SD slot available
Battery 5,000mAh, supports 15W charging (10W charger included)
Rear Camera 13MP, 1080p video recording at 30fps
Front Camera 5MP, punch hole design, 1080p video recording at 30fps
Audio 3.5 mm headphone jack, single speaker with Dolby Atmos
Connectivity 4G, dual-SIM, Wi-Fi 5 (ac), Bluetooth 5.0 (no NFC)
Operating System Android 14 Go Edition
Color Options Pastel Green, Pastel Purple, Graphite Gray


The Moto E14 is available on Motorola’s UK and European websites and through select retailers like Amazon UK, which lists an August 1 release date. It comes in one memory configuration (2/64GB) and three color choices: Pastel Green, Pastel Purple, and Graphite Gray.

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