Introducing the Galaxy F13 for the Indian market – M13 with a bigger battery is heading to the subcontinent
Galaxy F13 a display It has a 6.6-inch LCD with a water drop notch on top; The display that the manufacturer calls Infinity-V. This display has a FHD+ resolution and is covered with Gorilla Glass 5 (which is rarely seen in similar phones). The refresh rate of 60 Hz and the maximum brightness of 480 nits are other specifications of this display.
Galaxy F13 is powered by Exynos 850 chipset. This 8 nm chip includes 8 cores. “ARM’s presentation of the new architectures Cortex-A55, A75 and Mali-G72″>Cortex-A55
with a maximum clock speed of 2 GHz and its graphics processing unit is Mali-G52 MP1. 4 GB of RAM memory is predicted for this device, which can be upgraded up to another 4 GB. For the internal memory, two options of 64 and 128 GB have been considered, which can be upgraded to another 1 TB via microSD.
A rectangular module can be seen on the back of the phone, which houses an LED flash and three camera lenses. Data: 50 megapixel main camera, 5 megapixel ultrawide camera (with 123 degree field of view) and finally 2 megapixel depth camera. The selfie camera of the device also has a resolution of 8 megapixels. Unfortunately, more information about the Galaxy F13 camera set has not been released.
A large and powerful 6,000 mAh battery powers the Galaxy F13. The high battery capacity of this phone may be surprising, but this large battery is charged with a 15W charger. It is clear that a charger with this power is not very suitable for a large battery with a capacity of 6,000 mAh, and it certainly takes a long time to fully charge the battery. Needless to say, the manufacturer has also mentioned artificial intelligence-based energy management in the introduction of this phone’s battery; A feature by which applications that are not used for up to three days are put into deep sleep mode.
device operating system Android 12 and its internal menu has been developed based on the exclusive One UI user interface. The fingerprint sensor of the phone is built on its edge, and in addition, face recognition can be used for unlocking. It should be noted that Galaxy F13’s strengths include its multi-layer security, which is provided thanks to the Samsung Knox security feature and can protect the user’s personal data.
Galaxy F13 smartphone accepts two SIM cards. This device lacks fifth generation communication and is considered a 4G phone. But it is interesting to know that this phone is equipped with a feature called Auto Data Switching, by which, if the first SIM card leaves the network coverage, the data communication (automatically and without interruption) will continue through the second SIM card. Apparently, this feature is seen for the first time in devices with this price.
Smartphone Samsung and stores like Flipkart and other Indian retailers. Supplied. The base version of the phone – with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage – costs INR 11,999, which is roughly equivalent to US$153 at the current exchange rate. The more advanced version with 128 GB of memory is priced at 12,999 rupees ($166).