Samsung unveils the Galaxy A13 5G, due to launch in the U.S. on December 3 for $250

The Samsung Galaxy A13 5G

Samsung has announced that it’s planning to launch the Galaxy A13 5G in the United States on December 3 with an affordable price tag of $249.99. Like other mid-rangers, the Galaxy A13 5G packs a huge 5,000 mAh battery so you’ll get a full day’s use, but this phone is also nice because it allows you to get on board with 5G at a reasonable price point.

With such a big battery, it would normally take a while to charge up with a standard charging connection but luckily this device supports 15W fast charging meaning you can get the battery full in minutes, rather than hours. In addition, it packs a triple-lens camera, an edge-to-edge display, and Samsung’s ‘defense-grade’ Knox Security.

The full specifications for the new phone are as follows:

Display

6.5" HD+ LCD
720 x 1600
90Hz (Adaptive)

Dimensions

Weight

164.5 x 76.5 x 8.8mm
95g
Camera (Front Camera)
5MP, F2.0

(Rear Camera)
Main: 50MP, F1.8
Macro Camera: 2MP, F2.4
Depth Camera: 2MP, F2.4
AP MTK Dimensity 700
Octa-core (2 x 2.2Ghz + 6 x 2.0Ghz)
Storage 64GB (4 GB RAM)
External Memory up to 1TB
Battery

5,000 (mAh, Typical)

Charging

15W (Fast Charge)

OS

Android 11

Network & Connectivity

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

5G Sub 6

Payment

Samsung Pay (NFC)
Sensors

Side Fingerprinting Sensor

Audio

Single Speaker, 3.5mm

If you’ve been looking to upgrade to a 5G device but don’t have much money to buy a flagship, the Galaxy A13 5G could be the ideal device for you at just $249.99. The phone will go on sale online from December 3 at AT&T and Samsung.com while T-Mobile will have the device available from January 2022.

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