The Samsung Galaxy A13 lands for €189 with the same charging speeds as the Galaxy S22
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A13, also known as the Galaxy A13 4G. In many ways, the Galaxy A13 is a scaled-back version of the Galaxy A23, another smartphone that Samsung has announced via a press release. For example, the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23 share a 6.6-inch and 1080p (2,408 x 1,080) display, within which Samsung has placed an 8 MP front-facing camera.
Likewise, the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23 have the same rear-facing cameras, which includes a 50 MP primary sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. Moreover, Samsung has equipped both smartphones with a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 25 W fast charging. Incidentally, this means that the Galaxy A13 supports faster charging than the Pixel 5, a device that is still significantly more expensive than Samsung's latest budget handset. The Galaxy A13 matches the Galaxy S22 too, despite the gulf in price between them.
The Galaxy A13 has an unnamed octa-core SoC as well, along with three storage and RAM configurations. For reference, all models will come with a microSD card slot that accepts up to 1 TB cards. Contrary to rumours, Belsimpel is already selling the Galaxy A13 for €189 in the Netherlands. In comparison, WinFuture claimed that the device would arrive for €209. Instead, the Galaxy A13 costs €209 for the version with 128 GB of storage. However, Samsung has not announced the handset's MSRP, nor the Galaxy A23's.