Galaxy M13 5G, one of the smartphones that Samsung will launch under the Galaxy M series, has received Bluetooth SIG certification.
Samsung is launching the Galaxy M53 5G smartphone today. The device has the distinction of being the second Galaxy M series smartphone released this year. Following the launch of the smartphone, the company may introduce another new smartphone under the Galaxy M series. So much so that the Samsung Galaxy M13 could be the next budget smartphone in the series. There is no official statement about the launch date of the device yet. However, the smartphone has already surfaced on the Bluetooth SIG certification website.
The listing on the Bluetooth SIG website confirms the device’s nickname and also shows the model number. Galaxy M13 will have model number SM-M135F. In addition, the listing also confirms that the smartphone supports Bluetooth v5.0. Galaxy M13 with model number SM-M135F, previously spotted by 91Mobiles by details it most likely has the distinction of being a 5G variant. One of the images in the report confirms that the model number SM-M135F is the model number associated with the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G.
Live images of the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G smartphone were leaked recently. According to the leaked images, we can say that the smartphone will have a dual camera setup on the back. On the back of the device, there are two large circular cutouts and a smaller cutout for the LED flash. The resulting report has not confirmed the camera sensor details. However, the smartphone is expected to have a 50MP main camera sensor and a 2MP depth sensor.
Finally, it should be noted that the smartphone is expected to have a screen size of less than 6.5 inches.
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