With the Samsung Galaxy A13, a new mid-range cell phone with 5G and powerful battery is just around the corner, which is sure to find some buyers. However, one detail should seem rather daunting, because Samsung is probably not relying on the latest Android version.
Galaxy A13: New Samsung phone clears the last hurdle
Samsung is refreshing its A series, which are known for being reasonably priced with above-average equipment. The Galaxy A13, which comes in a 5G and LTE variant to be sold. Samsung has not yet officially commented on the cell phone, but Bluetooth certification indicates that it will be introduced soon.
In particular the Galaxy A13 battery should make a good impression with its rumored 5,000 mAh. It should be able to be recharged with 25 watts. Another detail, however, causes frowns, because according to the latest information, the mobile phone will not come on the market with the current Android 12, but instead with the predecessor. Android 11 was released in September 2020.
Both the 5G and LTE versions of the smartphone have a triple camera on the redesigned back, which allows pictures with up to 50 MP. At the front there is a front camera behind a water drop notch. The LC display is said to have a diagonal of 6.48 inches (source: Giznext).
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Galaxy A13: New Samsung phone in four colors
When it comes to colors, customers should be able to choose between one black, white, blue and orange variants to have. The MediaTek Dimensity 700 serves as the processor, which is supported by 4 GB, 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM, depending on the model. For permanent storage, 64 GB and 128 GB can be assumed. Time will tell whether Samsung offers all variants and colors in this country. In terms of price, the 5G variant is expected to be around 250 US dollars.