Samsung Galaxy M13 5G renders leaked

Samsung Galaxy M13 5G renders leaked

In many areas, Samsung is likely to introduce the Galaxy M13 5G mid-range phone shortly. The gadget has recently been discovered on TUV, Bluetooth SIG, and FCC certification systems. Last week, Samsung UK launched a support page for the phone on its website. Now, well-known tipster Evan Blass has published high-resolution renderings of the Galaxy M13 5G to demonstrate how it will appear and what colours it will be available in.

5G renderings of the Samsung Galaxy M13

According to the Galaxy M13 5G photos, it will come in at least three colours: dark green, white, and peach. A waterdrop notch screen with a thick bottom bezel flanks the smartphone on the front.

Samsung Galaxy M13 5G renders leaked

According to previous rumours, the Galaxy M13 5G includes a dual-camera setup on the back. However, according to the leaked renders, it has a triple camera unit with an LED flash. It’s unclear whether the phone actually has a third camera or whether it’s merely a marketing ploy. The right side has a volume rocker and a power button with a fingerprint reader embedded into it.

Samsung Galaxy M13 5G renders leaked

Specifications for the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G (rumoured)

According to reports, the Galaxy M13 5G will come with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with an HD+ resolution. There is no information on the device’s front camera. A 50-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor are believed to be included in the back shell. The Galaxy M13 5G battery capacity is unknown, although it is rumoured to enable 15W fast charging.

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Samsung Galaxy M13 5G renders leaked

A dual-SIM slot, 5G, Wi-Fi, a microSD card slot, and a 3.5mm audio port are among the other features of the Galaxy M13 5G. The handset might be released as soon as this month.

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