1 min Smartphone Samsung Galaxy A13 4G appears in test with Exynos chip and Android 12

22 min Smartphone Galaxy A13 5G has details and visual confirmed in video tutorial


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The Galaxy A13 5G was announced by Samsung a few days ago, being the brand’s new cheapest model with support for the new internet network. But, it was speculated that it would gain an almost twin brother, the Galaxy A13 4G, which has now emerged in a benchmark test revealing some details.

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The smartphone is expected to be another one of the South Korean giant’s entry-level line for the year 2022, expanding the family. It was found in Geekbench with the Exynos 850 platform, manufactured by Samsung itself and already used in Galaxy A21s, Galaxy A12 Nacho and Galaxy M12.

Galaxy A13 4G can be identified by the model number SM-A135 (Image: Playback/Geekbench)

In addition, it should have a variant of 3GB of RAM memory according to the test, and it will most likely also have a variant with 4GB, and still running the new version of the robot, Android 12. With this set, it was able to register 152 points in the test with just one processor core and 585 points using the full power of the chipset.

It is likely that he shares a lot with his brother with 5G. The main difference must be the fact that the 4G version has four rear cameras, while the 5G version has three. Otherwise, the design should be similar, but with a glossy finish rather than a matte finish, and can share components like the 5,000mAh battery, 50MP main rear camera and 6.5-inch screen.

Unfortunately, there is still no specified release date for the Galaxy A13 4G. However, rumors suggest that it will be released soon, as it has already gone into mass production. Now, just wait to confirm your price and all your other details.