Samsung’s recent budget smartphone in the M-series was the Galaxy M33 5G. The smartphone offers a 50MP triple camera system and has a 120Hz refresh rate screen. Now, the company appears to go to the entry-level segment with its forthcoming launch of the Galaxy M13. While the South Korean giant is quiet about the phone’s arrival, the tipster Evan Blass has shared its renders showing off its design and color variants. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will come in 1TB storage option
Samsung Galaxy M13 Renders and color variants
The Samsung Galaxy M13 will bring the same standard design as its other budget smartphones. The phone will feature a water-drop notch display with thin bezels on all three sides except for the bottom. At the bottom, it will have a thick chin. Also Read - Samsung confirms "Galaxy Watch 5" moniker of its upcoming smartwatch
On the rear, it will feature a triple camera system placed vertically. It will also have an LED flash beside the sensors. Unfortunately, the specs of the phone haven’t been revealed. Also Read - After Galaxy S22, Samsung Galaxy S21 gets a proper Vo5G/VoNR
The renders also confirm that the smartphone will come in three color variants – White, Green, and Copper.
Samsung Galaxy M13 Specifications
The Samsung Galaxy M13 is said to be a rebadged model of the Galaxy F13. The F13 is also yet to launch, however, its Geekbench results were leaked. The phone is powered by the Exynos 850 octa-core SoC. It will have 4GB of RAM and boot on Android 12 OS out of the box.
If the Galaxy M13 turns out to be a rebadged device, we’ll see the same Exynos 850 chipset on the phone. Other specs of the smartphone are unknown, but we can expect a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with a modest HD+ resolution. The phone could feature a dual-camera system. It may have support for a 15W fast charging. Lastly, it is expected to have a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card slot, and dual-SIM support.
Now that the renders are out, the launch is expected to be imminent. That being said, expect the Samsung Galaxy M13 to break covers this month itself.