Every week, new information about the Samsung Galaxy A13 emerges as a result of piecemeal leaks. Official channels have not teased anything, but this series of product leaks provides us with detailed information about the phone. The most recent tip reveals the color options for the Galaxy A13.
According to GalaxyClub, a popular Korean smartphone blog, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12 successor will be available in White, Black, Blue, and Orange. The first three colors are carried over from the previous-generation Galaxy A12. However, the orange hue hasn’t appeared in the Galaxy A lineup since 2019.
The A13 will also be available in two editions, one LTE and one 5G, according to the publication.
Geekbench has already benchmarked the A13 5G, which is powered by the Density 700. The 4G variant is still unknown, but the new Samsung Galaxy mobile is also expected to run on MediaTek silicon. Both phones are expected to have 5000 mAh batteries. According to rumors, Samsung has increased the charging power from 15W to 25W. The resolution of the new 50MP JN1 sensor is slightly higher.
The so-called Infinity-V notch remains a feature of the display, which presumably tops out at 1080P resolution. A side-facing fingerprint reader, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a storage expansion slot are also included in the Galaxy A13 design. On the first boot, both phones run Android 12 (customized with OneUI 4).