Samsung Galaxy A13 5G hits FCC with 15W of fast charging support

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Almost after a year, Samsung is planning to introduce a successor of the last year released budget smartphone, Galaxy A12. Reportedly, the new Galaxy A13 has visited the FCC authority in the US, hinting at an imminent launch. Also, the listing reveals some details that you can read below.

Galaxy A13

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According to the FCC listing, the Galaxy A13 will bear the model number SM-A136U. While there are other models number spotted, SM-A136U1 and SM-A136DL which are also associated with the phone.

Moreover, the arrival of Galaxy A13 on FCC discloses its charging capacity and measurements. The smartphone will measure 164.5 x 76.5 x 8.9mm in dimensions. Plus, it will support 15W of fast charging.

As per the leaks, the Galaxy A13 5G will feature a Full HD+ resolution panel with a 6.48-inch IPS LCD. It could offer storage up to 128GB while the RAM is hinted to go up to 8GB. Under the hood, the device is likely to draw power from Dimensity 700 chipset. On the software front, it is tipped to boost Android 11 based One UI 3.1 out of the box.

In the optics section, Galaxy A13 is suggested to arrive with a 50MP triple rear camera and an 8MP single front-facing lens. The other specs could include a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a 5000 mAh battery.

Samsung is expected to launch Galaxy A13 in four color variants of black, white, blue, and orange. To mention, the device is likely to launch this month for around $250.

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