Posted by Sparsh Dayal On 02-Mar-2022 01:11 PM
Samsung Galaxy A13 4G and Galaxy M23 5G have been spotted on NBTC as well as Samsung Support pages in different nations, according to a report. Both the smartphones have been part of the rumor mill for the past couple of weeks. Galaxy A13 4G was spotted on Geekbench benchmarking site, which proposed that the smartphone will be controlled by an Exynos 850 SoC and powered by Android 12 out-of-the-case. In the meantime, Samsung Galaxy M23 is relied upon to pack a Snapdragon 750G SoC inside the case.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, the Samsung Galaxy A13 4G was spotted on the NBTC accreditation site with model number SM-A135F/DS and the Galaxy M23 5G with model number SM-M236B/DS. Aside from this, the support page for the Galaxy A13 4G smartphone went live in India, the UK, Russia, and Switzerland, the report said, adding that the page for Galaxy M23 5G is live in the UK and Russia. The postings don't uncover any data separated from proposing that the phones are probably going to make a big appearance in these nations soon.
According to a prior report, Samsung Galaxy A13 4G cost could begin from EUR 180 (generally Rs. 15,000) and go up to EUR 220 (generally Rs. 18,700). A Geekbench posting proposes that the Samsung smartphone will be fueled by an Exynos 850 SoC and run on Android 12 out-of-the-crate. The production pictures of the phone additionally surfaced recommending a quad back camera unit. Moreover, the development of the phone is tipped to have as of now begun at its Greater Noida office. Samsung has as of now released the Galaxy A13 5G cell phone in the US.
Samsung Galaxy A23 5G is tipped to come outfitted with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC matched with 6GB of RAM. The phone's alleged Bluetooth SIG and US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) site postings recommend that the telephone could run on Android 12, accompany Bluetooth v5, a 25W charger, and microSD card support. Samsung could send off the Galaxy M23 5G as Galaxy F23 5G in select business sectors.
24-Nov-2022 05:08 AM