Samsung has launched a bunch of new Galaxy A series, M series, and F series devices in 2022. The company’s one of the most affordable devices, the Galaxy A13 4G was launched in India back in March and now, the company is gearing up to launch a new variant of the Samsung Galaxy A13, which could be called Galaxy A13 New Variant or Galaxy A13s.
A couple of days back the Samsung Galaxy A13’s new variant model number was spotted on Bluetooth SIG and now, the same device with the same model number has been spotted on the FCC database as well. Let us take a look at more information about the device in detail.
Samsung Galaxy A13 New Variant Spotted on FCC
The Samsung Galaxy A13 new variant with SM-A137F model number has been listed on FCC. Firstly, the device appears to be a 4G only handset and it will come with Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n/a/ac) for wireless connectivity. The device is also likely to feature a micro SD card slot and NFC, both of which are mentioned in the FCC documentation. The device will come with Bluetooth 5.2.
Furthermore, the device’s FCC listing also reveals that the new variant will come with a 25W fast charging. However, it will be interesting to see if Samsung bundles a 25W adapter in the box or a 15W adapter. This Galaxy A13 New Variant or the Galaxy A13s device is being tested with Galaxy A33 5G Battery EB-BA1336F so we can expect it could come with a 5000mAh battery. Apart from these bits and pieces, the FCC website does not reveal much info about the device.
Samsung Galaxy A13: Specifications
The Galaxy A13 launched in India comes with a 6.6-inch Full HD+ LCD display and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Under the hood, the device is backed by an octa-core Exynos 850 processor and a Mali G52 GPU. It has up to 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The device boots OneUI 4.1, based on Android 12. In the camera department, there is a quad-rear camera setup including a 50MP primary, a 5MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. there is an 8MP selfie camera.
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