Launched across the Atlantic late last year, the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G is about to hit the European market. A support page for the device went live (a bit too soon) on Samsung Greece’s official website.
The European release of the Galaxy A13 5G is becoming increasingly clear. GSMArena reports that a support page for Samsung’s entry-level smartphone (SM-A136B/DSN) has gone live on the brand’s official website in Greece. Removed “Hellas”, this early release seems to foreshadow an upcoming launch in the old continent for the Galaxy A13 5G Dual SIM.
In our latitudes, only the 4G version of the A13 has been marketed so far, at a price of around 180-200 euros. However, the 5G version of the device has been available in the United States for a few months. This affordable smartphone is one of Samsung’s answers to the budget models marketed by its Chinese competitors and in particular by Xiaomi through the Redmi and Poco units. Its price will therefore remain limited, with a tariff placement likely to be under 250 euros.
A 5G version almost ready to arrive in Europe
Aside from its 5G connectivity, the Galaxy A13 5G isn’t quite the same as the 4G model. In particular, this version can count on a slightly more efficient and slightly better equipped SoC in terms of graphics, with the Dimensity 700. This processor, engraved in 7 nm, contains 2 high-performance Cortex-A76 cores (clocked at 2.2 GHz) and 6 high-efficiency Cortex-A55 cores. There is also a Mali-G57 MC2 graphics part.
For the rest, the Galaxy A13 5G has a 6.5-inch Full HD IPS screen with a resolution of up to 90 Hz. There is also a 50 MP main photo sensor, coupled to a 2 MP macro module and a 2 MP depth sensor . The set is powered by a 5,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging. A fairly balanced product which we now have high hopes of dropping in Europe soon.
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