Samsung is prepping up for the upcoming Galaxy A13 5G. The device has already made it through the Geekbench listing site, not it’s time to land other certification platforms. The most recent one is the FCC.
According to this FCC Certification, we now have some more details about the device. First, the device carries model number SM-A136U, which is similar to that found on Geekbench. This smartphone will offer 15W charging support. That’s it from FCC. But we have outlined a few more when it landed on Geekbench.
From its past debut, we learned that this Galaxy smartphone will feature the MediaTek Dimensity 700 (ARM MT6833V) SoC, a 4GB RAM, and will run Android 11 out of the box.
We also have some tips about this Samsung device. According to previous reports, “the Galaxy A13 5G will use Samsung’s own ISOCELL-JN1-50MP sensor on its main camera.” Moreover, it will feature a 6.48-inch IPS LCD Full HD+ display and a 5,000mAh battery.
Some tipsters suggested that there would be a triple camera setup with a 50MP primary camera sensor, a 5MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. The front will house an 8MP camera. The same model might come in three RAM/ROM configurations — 4GB/64GB, 6GB/128GB, and 8GB/128GB.
We also heard from sources that this device will run One UI 3.1 skin on top of Android 11 and will measure 164.5mm x 76.5mm x 8.9mm. It might also feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Some reports even predicted the price of this smartphone. It might come for around $250 in the US and Canada and will be available in three colorways: Black, Orange, Blue, and White.
Interestingly, we have almost all the info about this smartphone except for the release date. But we have a hint that this Samsung handset might come in Q1 of 2022.
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