Samsung Galaxy M13 Leaked Renders Reveal Design and Colour Options

Samsung's upcoming entry-level handset will look similar to its elder sibling - the Galaxy M23.

Samsung Galaxy M13
Samsung Galaxy M13

Samsung is expected to launch a new M-series handset – the Samsung Galaxy M13 in the coming months. Ahead of the launch, the design renders of the Galaxy M13 have now surfaced on the web, courtesy of noted leakster Evan Blass. He took to Twitter to share the renders of the Galaxy M13. The leaked renders reveal that Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy M13 handset in three colour options – Copper, Green, and Silver.

Going by the renders, it appears that Samsung’s upcoming entry-level handset will look quite similar to its elder sibling – the Samsung Galaxy M23. Let us take a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy M13 renders, design, and colour options.

Samsung Galaxy M13: Renders and Design

The design of the upcoming Galaxy M13 looks quite similar to that of the Galaxy M23. This means that the handset will feature a full-screen display with a waterdrop notch and a sizeable chin. The back panel of the device will house a rectangular camera module in the top left corner. The camera module will make room for triple-rear cameras and an LED flash.

The renders shared by Evan Blass revealed that the handset will retail in Copper, Green, and White colour options. Apart from it, the tipster doesn’t reveal anything about the upcoming mid-range Galaxy handset.

The Samsung Galaxy M13 could very well be a rebadged Galaxy F13. To recall, the Samsung Galaxy F13 was recently spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database with Android 12. The benchmark listing had revealed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F13 will sport an octa-core Exynos 850 processor and 4GB of RAM.

We can expect to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy M13 in the coming days/weeks as it will appear on certification websites ahead of launch. What are your expectations from the Samsung Galaxy M13? Do let us know down in the comments section.

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