Galaxy A13 5G could become Samsung’s next budget phone killer



There is no shortage of 5G compatible smartphones these days, at least if you look at the best levels in the smartphone market. While there are also more accessible 5G phones, few phone manufacturers have successfully broken into the entry-level or budget phone market with affordable choices for 5G handsets. This is where Samsung’s Galaxy A series has tried to dominate, and the latest Galaxy A13 5G will try to consolidate its lead at this level.

The Galaxy A13 5G already landed on our radars last month with what could be a new trend for Samsung’s Galaxy A series. It would be the first to have a 50MP camera while the rest of the family could finally get that much-desired Optical Image Stabilization or OIS feature. Now a new set of leaks by Zouton and @OnLeaks is reversing almost every grain of what could be one of Samsung’s headliners for 2022.

The phone‘s 50MP camera will apparently use Samsung’s slightly new ISOCELL JN1 sensor, and that might be the imaging department’s only strong point. Unlike its predecessor Galaxy A12, the phone only has two other cameras on the back, a 5MP ultra-wide shooter and a 2MP depth sensor. The front camera housed in an old-fashioned teardrop-shaped notch is still unknown at this point.

The phone’s 5G capability will be provided by a MediaTek Dimensity 700, a small step below the Galaxy A32 5G’s Dimensity 720 5G. It should have a 6.48-inch 2340 × 1080 screen, 4 or 6 GB of RAM, and 64 or 128 GB of storage. It will ship with Android 11 out of the box, and a large 5,000mAh battery will power all of these features.

When it comes to design, the Galaxy A13 5G isn’t anything fancy, but that’s exactly the point of the phone. For an expected price of $ 290, you get a 5G phone from a reliable brand with the staples of user-friendly smartphones, which luckily still includes a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Galaxy A13 5G could be announced in early 2022, which means it will compete with the Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy S22, at least for attention.


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