Samsung is gearing up for the launch of a new M-series smartphone in India. The company will launch the Galaxy M53 5G in India on April 22. The device will be the second M-series smartphone launching in India this year. Following the launch of the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G, the company might introduce another new smartphone under the series. The Samsung Galaxy M13 could be the next budget smartphone launching under the series.
There is no official word on the launch date of the device. While we wait for that, the Samsung Galaxy M13 has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy M13 specifications, features and other details known so far.
Samsung Galaxy M13 5G Bluetooth SIG
Samsung Galaxy M13 is expected to launch very soon. Ahead of its official launch, the device has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website. The listing on Bluetooth SIG reveals the model number while confirming the moniker of the device. The Galaxy M13 has the model number SM-M135F. In addition to this, the listing confirms that the phone supports Bluetooth 5.0.
Based on the previous generation’s model number, SM-M135F should be a 4G variant. However, the Galaxy M13 model with the number SM-M135F is likely a 5G variant according to the details spotted by 91Mobiles previously. One of the images in the report confirms the model number associated with the Galaxy M13 5G, which is SM-M135F.
The 5G variant’s live images had leaked recently. It revealed that the phone will sport a dual-camera setup on the back. The device will have two large circular cutouts on the back and a smaller cutout for the LED flash. The report did not reveal the camera sensor details. However, it is expected to feature a 50MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor.
Samsung might also launch the device with a sub-6.5-inch LCD. Other details of the device remain unknown. We will share more details once available. Meanwhile, let us know your thoughts on the Galaxy M13 5G which might launch soon in India.
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