Thursday, January 27, 2022

Samsung Galaxy A13 4G production reportedly begins in India

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Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy A13 in the following weeks, either before the end of this year or in early 2022.

This phone will come in two versions, Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A13 5G. Images of the latter have reportedly leaked already, and you can see one of them below.

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Image Source: OnLeaks X ZoutonUS

The same cannot be said for the 4G version, but today a new rumor claims that this one will feature four cameras on the back, that is one more thing than its 5G sibling.

These will be arranged vertically like in the Galaxy A52s 5G.

The Galaxy A13 4G is also said to have a glossy, entirely plastic build, which does not come as a surprise considering its price point.

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Image Source: OnLeaks X ZoutonUS

The phone will have a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom, next to the USB-C port and speaker grille. The power button and volume rocker will unsurprisingly both be found on the right edge.

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Allegedly, production of the A13 4G has already started in India at the Greater Noida factory, which means that the launch is fast approaching. The Galaxy A13 5G will be priced at $250 or 18,763 INR and the A13 4G will definitely be cheaper than that.

What are your thoughts on Samsung’s two new entry-level phones, let us know!

Source: 91mobiles

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