The Samsung Galaxy A13 has been launched in India in March. Now, the smartphone manufacturer is said to be working on a new version of the phone that reportedly has the name SM-A137F. A new research claims that the upcoming phone has reportedly made an appearance on the Bluetooth certification website earlier this week. It''s possible that the company may launch the supposed new Galaxy A13 variant soon.
According to the database, the Samsung Galaxy A13 new variant or Galaxy A13s with model number SM-A137F has been reportedly seen on the US FCC website. The listing suggests that the handset will reportedly include a microSD card and NFC and will feature Bluetooth versions. Moreover, the smartphone is said to have a Wi-Fi connection (802.11 b/g/n/ac) unlike the Galaxy A13.
According to a study from MySmartPrice, the US FCC lists suggest that the Galaxy A13 new handset will include 25W quick charging capabilities. Also, the upcoming handset is listed to have a 5,000mAh battery. Other information is that the FCC listing does not point out further specifications and limitations of the new variant.
According to a recent research, the new variant might be called the Samsung Galaxy A13s, which, according to a report, was a redesigned version of the Samsung Galaxy A13 LTE variant, which was recently introduced in India.
The Samsung Galaxy A13 comes with a 6.60-inch display with a full-HD+ resolution. It is powered by an octa-core Exynos 850 processor and comes with 4GB of RAM. The smartphone is powered by an Android 12 processor and is fully rechargeable.
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Besides this, the South Korean tech giant is expected to be working on another budget smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A04s, which is expected to arrive in a few months.