Samsung Galaxy A13 Official Renders Leak: Triple Cameras, Waterdrop Display, and More

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G official render

Samsung will reportedly bring a new Galaxy A-series phone with 5G connectivity at a very affordable price, dubbed Galaxy A13 5G. Rumours are that this could be the company’s most affordable 5G phone. The company has not yet confirmed Galaxy A13’s arrival. However, the device has already been spotted on multiple certifications sites, hinting at an imminent launch. Now, Giznext has released the official renders, showcasing the Galaxy A13 from all sides.

The Galaxy A13 5G is completely redesigned from the back, as compared to its predecessor, Galaxy A12. It has vertically-aligned triple rear cameras on the back, which looks clean and impressive. To the right of the camera, there’s an LED flash unit. On the other hand, Galaxy A12 has quad cameras inside a rectangular camera module.

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G Render-1

Galaxy A13 5G features a flat panel with slim bezels at the top than at the bottom. It has a waterdrop notch for the selfie camera. The front design is pretty much similar to the Galaxy A12, but on the back, both have a different design. There’s no fingerprint scanner on the back, hinting that it may have been integrated with the power button.

As for the specifications, the Galaxy A13 5G is said to come with a 6.48-inch FullHD+ LCD screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It could be driven by the Dimensity 700 5G chipset, paired with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G Render-2

The triple camera setup might consist of a 50MP primary lens, a 5MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2MP depth unit. For selfies and video calling, the phone could feature an 8MP snapper. It could pack a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging via a USB Type-C port.

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As of writing this post, there’s no word from Samsung about the launch of Galaxy A13 5G. However, it has recently passed through FCC certification. It means that the device is getting near to the launch. Hopefully, we may hear an official announcements in the coming weeks.

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