Following a series of product leaks and public certifications, Samsung’s most affordable 5G phone was quietly released in the United States. Meet the A13 5G, the successor to the previous-generation Samsung Galaxy A12. A press release was issued to announce the news. However, its official website listing social media promotions is still missing.
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The Samsung Galaxy A13 5G has one of the best designs in recent memory from Samsung. We’re going with a simple design. Instead of another unsightly camera bump, the cameras protrude from the backplate. The phone is available in at least one black finish (more colors should be revealed later.)
The screen’s resolution tops out at an unimpressive 720P. It’s a 6.5-inch LCD with a notch that extends from the top. However, the adaptive refresh rate of 90Hz should result in a responsive UI and gaming experience.
The latest A-series Samsung mobile’s display resolution isn’t the only shortcoming that the phone maker has made in order to bring you 5G; storage is also limited to 64GB. The Galaxy A13 5G, on the other hand, is expandable up to a terabyte. The amount of RAM isn’t even mentioned in the press release.
All of this is powered by a 5000 mAh battery and 15W supercharging. It isn’t the fastest charging standard on the market for this price, but Samsung’s A-series isn’t known for having the most competitive specifications. The Galaxy A13 5G is powered by the power-efficient MediaTek Dimensity 700 — MediaTek’s entry-level 5G chip.
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Finally, the camera system is adequate for a low-cost Android phone. The rear camera is a 50MP f/1.8 wide lens array with two 2MP lenses. A 5MP front camera is housed within the notch. NFC is available in a limited number of markets. The fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy A13 5G is combined with the side power button. It starts at $249.99 (Rs. 44,000).