Samsung A13: Exploring the feature-rich potential

Samsung Galaxy A13 stands to be an abode of great performance, long lasting battery , and top-class software support
An undated image displays the Samsung Galaxy A13. — Samsung
An undated image displays the Samsung Galaxy A13. — Samsung

One of the leading tech manufacturers, Samsung, brings an upgraded variant to its A-series lineup, with the brand new Galaxy A13, continuing to be one of Samsung’s cheapest models ever produced.

Budget smartphones have become very common nowadays as the market is flooded with affordable handsets. However, Samsung primarily opts to keep things nice and simple with its pocket-friendly smartphones like the Galaxy A13, the follow-up to its Galaxy A12.

But is this smartphone worth spending money on? Let’s deep dive and figure out.

Benefits of Samsung Galaxy A13

If you’re a bit tight with your budget, this mid-range Samsung phone would suit you best.

The handset features a big, charming display, expandable storage, and a 500mAh battery so you can get going with it. All of the mentioned goodness comes for a tempting price of $190.

Protected by Gorilla Glass 5, the Galaxy A13 boasts a 6.6-inch AMOLED display, brightened by 2408 x 1080 resolutions and 165 x 76 x 8.8mm dimensions, which goes well with browsing, gaming and movie watching.

As plastic phones are usually lighter than metallic ones, the Galaxy A13 is no featherweight for being only 195g. The device is available in three colours: Awesome Black, Awesome White and Awesome Blue.

Galaxy A13 specs and features

Display6.6 inches, PLS LCD display
ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 5
OSAndroid 12, upgradable to Android 13, One UI 5.1
ChipsetExynos 850 (8nm)
Dimensions165.1 x 76.4 x 8.8 mm
Resolution1080 x 2408 pixels,
RAM & ROM3/32GB, 4/32GB , 4/64GB , 4/128GB , 6/128GB
Main camera50MP (wide), 5MP (ultrawide), 2MP (macro), 2MP (depth)
Selfie camera8MP (wide)
BatteryLi-Po 5000 mAh, non-removable
ColoursBlack, White, Peach, Blue

DISCLAIMER: The price has been taken as of Nov 17, 2023, and is subject to change over time.