Samsung Galaxy M13: New Galaxy M series handset announced with a 6.6-inch Infinity-V display and a familiar design
Samsung has introduced the Galaxy M13, seemingly the cheapest entry in this year's Galaxy M series. For reference, Samsung already sells the Galaxy M23, Galaxy M33 and the Galaxy M53. Incidentally, the Galaxy M13 resembles the Galaxy M23, albeit with a slightly smaller and lighter chassis. Specifically, the Galaxy M23 measures 165.4 x 76.9 x 8.4 mm and weighs 192 g, compared to 165.5 x 77 x 8.4 mm and 198 g in the case of the Galaxy M33.
So far, Samsung has only listed the Galaxy M13 on its Mobile Press website. Like previous Galaxy M series releases, Samsung has not confirmed what chipset the Galaxy M13 relies on, nor how much the smartphone will cost. Still, it states that the Galaxy M13 has 4 GB of RAM and will be available in 64 GB and 128 GB of storage configurations, both with microSD card expansion. Additionally, the smartphone has a 5,000 mAh battery, mirroring other recent Galaxy A and Galaxy M series smartphones.
Elsewhere, Samsung reports that the Galaxy M13 has a 50 MP primary camera (f/1.8/AF), a 5 MP ultra-wide (f/2.2/FF), a 2 MP depth camera (f/2.4/FF) and an 8 MP front-facing camera (f/2.2/FF). The device will launch with Android 12 and One UI Core 4.1 too, although it is unclear when. Based on Samsung's press images, it will sell the handset in three colours called Deep Green, Light Blue and Orange Copper.