Samsung Galaxy M13 5G Clears the Bluetooth Certification Before the Upcoming Launch

Faisal Rasool

Now that their flagship releases are wrapped up for the season, Samsung is ramping up the release pace of more budget-friendly phones like the Samsung Galaxy A03's recent entry into the Pakistani market. Other Galaxy A phones are set to roll out soon. And many Galaxy M phones are currently in the pipeline. Among them is the Galaxy M13 5G. 

The Korean manufacturer has been securing product certifications for the Galaxy M13. The Bluetooth SIG authority recently signed off on the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G. It lists the phone under the model number “SM-M135F.” Since it’s a basic connectivity listing, it doesn’t contain any relevant system specs.

The reports preceding this aren’t revealing either. So the phone remains a mystery for now. But the M13 5G will use an entry-level 5G chip (presumably made by MediaTek.) The USB interface is USB-C, and the storage will be expandable via the microSD slot. 

In related news, Samsung continues to roll out the Galaxy M53 5G to new markets at a higher Samsung price than last year's M52. Its screen is a 6.7” 1080P AMOLED that peaks at a 120Hz refresh rate.

The chip at its heart is the Dimensity 900, powered by a 5000 mAh cell and 25W charging. We find a cluster of 108MP wide, 8MP ultrawide, and two 2MP macro/portrait shooters.


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