Samsung Galaxy A13 5G could be launched by the end of 2021 as the company’s cheapest 5G smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy A13 5G is in development as the South Korean tech giant’s cheapest 5G smartphone. The phone will succeed the Galaxy A12 from November last year, which was a 4G offering. The phone should cost less than EUR 200 (about Rs. 17,300), making it the company’s cheapest 5G offering. 5G access has become increasingly widespread as manufacturers like Realme, Xiaomi and now Samsung are working on cheaper deals with the latest mobile network connectivity options.

According to a Galaxy Club report, Samsung is working on a Galaxy A series phone that is considered its cheapest 5G offering. This phone, dubbed Galaxy A13, is said to have the model number AM-A136B and will come with 5G support. The report also states that the Galaxy A13 5G will be priced below EUR 200 (about Rs. 17,300). It is expected to be announced this year and considering that the Galaxy A12 arrived in November 2020, the Galaxy A13 could have the same deadline.

It should be noted that Samsung has not shared plans for a new Galaxy A-series phone that will offer 5G connectivity at a cheap price.

Currently, the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G is the company’s cheapest 5G offering in India. The phone was released in July with a starting price of Rs. 19,999. It comes with the octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC and a 6.6-inch 90Hz full-HD + Infinity-V screen. The phone also features a triple rear camera configuration and is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging.

In other news, Samsung today launched (September 1) the Galaxy A52s 5G in India and starts at Rs. 35,999 for the 6GB + 128GB storage variant. There is also an 8GB+128GB model that costs Rs. 37,499.


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