Samsung introduces the Galaxy A13 to the U.S. market for the affordable price of $189

The Samsung Galaxy A13

Samsung has announced the availability of the Galaxy A13 in the United States. It’s important to mention that this version doesn’t have 5G but it’s nice if you’re after a Samsung phone on a budget as it comes with a reasonable price tag of $189, though, you could probably find phones with similar specifications at a lower price from other manufacturers.

In its pitch, Samsung targeted the Galaxy A13 at businesses looking to equip their employees with devices to carry out their work. It said it’s ideal for things like healthcare, retail, and logistics because it’s capable enough to fill out forms, log data, check-in with geotagging, has a long-lasting battery, and a multi-lens camera system that can scan barcodes and capture high-res pictures.

The specifications for the Galaxy A13 are as follows:

Galaxy A13 Product Specifications

Display 6.6" FHD+ LCD
1080 x 2400 Resolution
60Hz Refresh Rate
20:9 aspect ratio
Gorilla Glass 5

Dimensions & Weight

6.5" x 3.0" x 0.4"
6.9 oz.


Octa-core 2 x 2.4Ghz + 6 x 2.0Ghz

Memory & Storage

32GB Storage
MicroSD support up to 1TB


Main Camera: 50MP
Ultra-Wide Camera: 5MP
Macro Camera: 2MP
Depth Camera: 2MP

5,000 mAh (Typical)


15W Fast Charge

Biometric (Fingerprint)

Side Fingerprint Sensor


Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dual Bands
Bluetooth 5.0

Android 12 (S)


One UI Core 4.1

Audio & Video

Single Speaker, 3.5mm

Similarly to other Samsung devices, the Galaxy A13 comes with Knox Security and Secure Folder encryption to keep data on the device safe. With features like Private Share, business employees can send sensitive files with time limits and expiration dates as well as prevent screenshots to ensure data isn’t copied. Samsung Care+ for Business warranty also protects businesses’ investment safe from accidental damage.

As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy A13 costs $189 and is available today from for those interested in buying it.

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