The Galaxy F13 will use a triple rear camera and the same design as the Galaxy M13


The Galaxy F13 will use a triple rear camera and the same design as the Galaxy M13

The Galaxy F13 will use a triple rear camera and the same design as the Galaxy M13

A few months ago, information about Galaxy F13 Samsung was spotted on Geekbench. Now, Flipkart, an Indian online retailer, has released a teaser of the phone on its website and app and has included it in its end-of-season sale section.

As GSMArena points out, Flipkart’s promotional teaser does not mention the launch date of the Galaxy F13 and only says that the product is coming soon. will be available. However, this image gives us a glimpse of the phone in question, including the triple rear camera and the selfie camera embedded in the waterdrop notch above the display.

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According to Geekbench information, the Samsung Galaxy F13 will use the Exynos 850 chip and four gigabytes of RAM and will run the Android 12 operating system by default. . Of course, Samsung has not provided details of this device, but rumors show that this phone is actually a modified version of It will be Galaxy M13.

Galaxy M13 uses the Exynos 850 chip and runs One UI Core 4.1 based on Android 12 by default. This device comes in two versions: 64 GB with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB with 4 GB RAM. The 6.6-inch LCD screen of this product is HD+ resolution. The selfie camera of this phone is 8 megapixels, and the rear part is equipped with a triple camera system including a 50 megapixel main camera, a 5 megapixel ultra-wide camera and a 2 megapixel depth detection camera. M13 has a fingerprint sensor on the side edge, a 5000 mAh battery, a USB-C port and support for 15W charging.

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