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Samsung Galaxy A13s spotted on FCC website, launch soon

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Samsung Galaxy A13 came out in March. Now, the smartphone manufacturer is claiming to be working on a new phone version with the model number SM-A137F. According to a fresh rumor, this next variation might be the Samsung Galaxy A13s.

According to reports, the forthcoming phone has appeared on the FCC certification page. The device was also discovered on the Bluetooth SIG certification website earlier this week. As a result, the rumored Samsung Galaxy A13 model is anticipated to be shown shortly.

Samsung Galaxy A13 new variation or Galaxy A13s with model number SM-A137F has purportedly been seen on the US FCC website, as previously indicated. In the description, the device will purportedly have a microSD card, NFC, and Bluetooth version 5.2. According to the database, the smartphone is only capable of a 4G connection and has Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n/a/ac).

According to MySmartPrice, the US FCC listings for Samsung’s Galaxy A13 new edition indicate that it will enable 25W fast charging. A 5,000mAh EB-BA1336F battery is also expected to be included in the future device. As a result, the rumor claims that the new smartphone would have a 5000mAh battery. Apart from these details, the FCC entry has no more information on the new variant’s characteristics or features.

Furthermore, the rumor claims that the new variation would be dubbed Samsung Galaxy A13s, a revamped edition of the Samsung Galaxy A13 LTE variant that was just announced in India, according to a previous report.

The Samsung Galaxy A13 has a 6.60-inch screen with a Full-HD+ resolution. It is equipped with an Exynos 850 octa-core CPU and 4GB of RAM. The smartphone runs Android 12 and has a non-removable 5,000mAh battery.