27 May 2022 6:33 AM GMT
Samsung has launched a new low-cost smartphone in South Korea under the Galaxy M series. (Image Credit: Twitter/evleaks)
Samsung has announced a new low-cost smartphone in South Korea under the Galaxy M series. The new Samsung Galaxy M13 features a 5,000 mAh battery, a triple rear camera array, and a FHD+ display. The device is using the company’s Exynos chipset, just like many other low-end Samsung smartphones. The Galaxy M13 is powered by Exynos 850 SoC under the hood. For now, there is no confirmation on when the Galaxy M13 would be available in India. The Galaxy M12 was priced at Rs 10,999. Thus, its successor is also expected to priced in a similar budget category. Let’s take a look at some of the other details of the Galaxy M13.
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The Galaxy M13 comes with a 6.6-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD Infinity-V display. It uses the Exynos 850 octa-core chipset. It comes with 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB/128 GB of internal storage. It also has a microSD card slot. It comes pre-installed with Android 12-based One UI Core 4.1. It also boasts Dolby Atmos audio.
The front-facing camera on the new smartphone is 8 MP with an F 2.2 aperture. It has a 50 MP primary camera with F 1.8 aperture, a 5 MP ultrawide camera with F 2.2 aperture, and a 2 MP depth sensor with F 2.4 aperture on the back. The rear camera can record 1080p 30fps videos. It is available in Deep Green, Orange Copper, and Light Blue colours.
It has a dual-SIM card slot, LTE, GPS, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port for connectivity. It has a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 15 W fast charging. It sports a fingerprint sensor on the side.
Samsung has not announced the price, but it will soon be available in Europe.
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